Football: Harrow Borough hail prize winners

PUBLISHED: 16:07 18 May 2018 | UPDATED: 16:07 18 May 2018

Harrow Borough's Melvin Minter with with VPs' vice-chairman Mark Walmsley and the VPs' award (pic Andrew Aleksiejczuk)

Harrow Borough's Melvin Minter with with VPs' vice-chairman Mark Walmsley and the VPs' award (pic Andrew Aleksiejczuk)

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Melvin Minter and George Moore scooped two awards apiece at Harrow Borough’s end of season presentation evening.

Having finished in the top half of the Bostik Premier Division, Borough saw Moore claim the players’ player and management’s player of the year trophies.

Goalkeeper Minter, meanwhile, walked off with the supporters’ player of the year prize as well as the vice president’s association’s player of the year title.

The 2017-18 season also saw chairman Peter Rogers celebrate 50 years of service to the club at boardroom level and the Earlsmead Stadium has been renamed the Rogers Family Stadium to commemorate the effors of Peter and his late mother and father.

Rogers was presented with a framed letter from the Football Association in recognition of all he has done for the sport.

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