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Ernie Storey Memorial Trophy

25 April 2022

With our 2021-22 campaign close to concluding, we are asking for your say on who you think has been the Iron’s best player this season.

Although it has seen the club relegated to the National League, after consideration it was decided to carry on with the tradition that has run for 52 years of awarding the trophy to the player considered most worthy of it by supporters.

The player who receives the most votes will be named the Ernie Storey Memorial Player of the Season for the campaign just gone.

To vote, simply send an email to theiron@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.

Voting closes on Friday, April 29th, 2022 at 12noon.

Past Ernie Storey Memorial Player of the Season Winners

1970’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 Partridge.

1980’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.

1990’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.

2000’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.

2010’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 - Duane Holmes; 2018/19 - Lee Novak; 2019/20 - Kevin van Veen; 2020/21 - Alex Gilliead.


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