The club’s end of season presentation night was held on Saturday at The Mile Bar, in South Shields.
The night featured entertainment from magician George Dunn, while there was also a buffet, disco and raffle.
The main event of the evening was the presentation of the end of season awards to the club’s first-team players. All award winners were presented with an inscribed salver.
The winner of the main Player of the Year prize was defender Ben Riding, who is pictured (left) being presented with his award by club chairman Gary Crutwell (right), and treasurer David Fall (left).
Ben also won the Supporters’ Association Player of the Year award, and is pictured (right) being presented with his prize by Bob Scott from the Association, and Gary Crutwell.
Jak Wells (left) won the Players’ Player of the Year prize for his performances in goal.
Stephen Ramsey (right) jointly won the Top Scorer award, with both he and Adam Burnicle given a salver for their achievement. Adam was unable to make the event on Saturday, though.
Finally, Luke Richardson (left) won the Young Player of the Year award for his fine displays in midfield.
The club thanks all players for their efforts last season, and congratulates all award winners on their achievements.