Friday 29th April 2016
THERE will be two new additions to Dumbarton’s Hall of Fame on Sunday evening when the Sons Supporters Trust’s awards dance takes place.
No player currently at the club knows what it’s like to be named Player of the Year or Young Player of the Year, as voted by Sons fans.
But that will change when the names of the two winners are read out. The winner of the Dick Jackson Memorial Shield for Young player of the Year will succeed goalkeeper Danny Rogers, while the winner of the main prize will take over from Andy Graham.
Anticipation is building ahead of the annual bash – but Dumbarton have one final game to deal with first, away to Alloa Athletic.
The celebrations will take place from 7.30pm for 8pm at the Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium.
|Dumbarton’s Hall of Fame|
|Season||Player of the Year||Young Player of the Year|
|2014/15||Andy Graham||Danny Rogers|
|2013/14||Paul McGinn||Paul McGinn|
|2012/13||Jimmy Lister||No award|
|2011/12||Scott Agnew||James Creaney|
|2010/11||Jon McShane||Nicky Devlin|
|2009/10||Ben Gordon||No award|
|2008/09||Ross Clark||Ben Gordon|
|2007/08||Mark Canning||Andy Geggan|
|2006/07||Ryan Borris||Andy Geggan|
|2005/06||Chris Boyle||Chris Boyle|
|2004/05||Iain Russell||Iain Russell|
|2003/04||James McKinstry||Stephen Grindlay|
|2002/03||Craig Brittain||Neill Collins|
|2001/02||Craig Brittain||Mark Crilly|
|2000/01||Andy Brown||Joe Robertson|
Some tickets are still available for the awards night and can be purchased from Denise Currie at Sunday’s game for a bargain £5.
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