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Vote for your Iron player of the season for 2017/18

3 April 2018

With 2017/18 reaching its climax, we are asking for your say on who you think has been the Iron’s best player this season.

The player who receives the most votes will be awarded the Ernie Storey Memorial Trophy, the last award to be presented at our annual awards evening, held in the Sir Ian Botham Executive Lounge on Tuesday, April 24th.

Murray Wallace received the main player of the season award last season, along with two other accolades, while there was also recognition for Josh Morris, Stephen Dawson, Levi Sutton and Lewis Butroid.

To view a full list of winners from last season, click here.

To vote, simply send an email to james.moody@scunthorpe-united.co.uk with “Player of the Season” as the subject title for your vote to count. Submit your first, second and third choices. 

The winner will be picked on a points system, where your first choice attains three points, your second choice will get two points and your third choice will receive one point.

The 12th Man holders will once again have their own award this year and are able to vote for their player of the season at the same time. Simply put "12th Man" in the message, along with your chosen three players in the email for the vote to be counted for both categories.

You can also vote in the club shop and ticket office, via a ballot box. Simply fill in one of the slips provided for your vote to count.

Voting closes on Monday, April 23rd, 2018 at 5pm.

Ernie Storey Memorial Trophy Winners

70’s

1971/72 – Geoff Barnard; 1972/73 – Don Welbourne; 1974/75 – Angus Davidson; 1975/76 – Rick Green; 1976/77 – Clive Wiggington; 1977/78 – Mike Czuczman; 1978/79 – Graeme Crawford; 1979/80 – Malcolm Patridge.

80’s

1980/81 – Vince Grimes; 1981/82 – Paul Moss; 1982/83 – Les Hunter; 1983/84 – Joe Neenan; 1984/85 – Steve Cammack; 1985/86 – Alan Whitehead; 1986/87 – Steve Johnson; 1987/88 – David Harle; 1988/89 – Paul Musselwhite; 1989/90 – Paul Longden.

90’s

1990/91 – Stuart Hicks; 1991/92 – Dean Martin; 1992/93 – Matt Elliott; 1993/94 – Graham Alexander; 1994/95 – Mark Samways; 1995/96 – Tony Ford; 1996/97 – John Eyre; 1997/98 – Chris Hope; 1998/99 – Paul Harsley; 1999/00 – Lee Hodges.

00’s

2000/01 – Russ Wilcox; 2001/02 – Mark Jackson; 2002/03 – Matt Sparrow; 2003/04 – Steve MacLean; 2004/05 – Andy Butler; 2005/06 – Richard Hinds; 2006/07 – Steve Foster; 2007/08 – Jack Cork; 2008/09 – Gary Hooper; 2009/10 – Paul Hayes.

10’s 

2010/11 – Sam Togwell; 2011/12 – Sam Slocombe; 2012/13 – Mark Duffy; 2013/14 – Sean McAllister; 2014/15 – Paddy Madden; 2015/16 - David Mirfin; 2016/17 - Murray Wallace; 2017/18 - ?


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