Goalkeeper Robby McCrorie and defender Gary Phillips were the two big winners at this season’s Player of the Year awards.

McCrorie, who has spent the season at Shielfield on loan from Rangers, collected five awards: The Steven Mitchell Memorial Cup, Player’s Player of the Year, Supporters Trust Player of the Year, Social Media Player of the Year and the Tweeddale Press Cup. The young stopper recorded an impressive eight clean sheets in 40 appearances.

Robby McCrorie receives the Player’s player of the year award from ‘P’ Oliver.

Gary Phillips also earned recognition, winning three awards: The Directors Player of the Year, Supporters Club Player of the Year and the Borders Supporters Player of the Year. The defender has featured 35 times this season, scoring one goal.

Gary Phillips receives the Supporters Club Player of the Year award from Derek Purvis

Steven Thomson collected the St Andrews Berwick Rangers Supporters’ Outstanding Performance award for his goal away to Cowdenbeath back in January, whilst Under 20 players Jack Cook and Paul Simpson picked up the Raymond Hogg Memorial Shield and Under 20 Player’s Player of the Year respectively.

Steven Thomson, Jack Cook and Kieran Stewart(on behalf of Paul Simpson) receive their awards yesterday.

Alan Skelly, the club cameraman who records, edits and manages BRFCTV, was presented with the Josser Johnson Trophy at half time for his voluntary efforts throughout the season.

Alan Skelly receiving his award from John Hush

Finally, the Top Goalscorer award is being held back until the end of the season with both Aaron Murrell and Jack Hamilton still in with a chance of winning.