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Harrow Borough’s Bryan bags awards brace

PUBLISHED: 08:00 25 April 2020

Michael Bryan was named players' player and supporters' of the year at Harrow (pic Simon Grigor)

Michael Bryan was named players' player and supporters' of the year at Harrow (pic Simon Grigor)

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Michael Bryan celebrated an awards double as Harrow Borough revealed their main prize winners for the 2019/20 season online on Friday night.

Chinua Cole was named the Vice-Presidents' Association's player of the year at Harrow (pic Simon Grigor)Chinua Cole was named the Vice-Presidents' Association's player of the year at Harrow (pic Simon Grigor)

Steve Baker’s men were sitting in 17th place in the Southern League Premier Division table, with 35 points from 33 matches, when play was suspended in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The season was subsequently declared null and void, with all results expunged, but Harrow revealed their star men on their website.

And Bryan got the vote of club supporters and his teammates to win two player of the year gongs, having scored three goals in 24 appearances in all competitions.

Jordan Ireland was named player of the year by the management team at Harrow (pic Simon Grigor)Jordan Ireland was named player of the year by the management team at Harrow (pic Simon Grigor)

Meanwhile, left-back Chinua Cole, who played 20 times, claimed the Vice Presidents’ Association’s player of the year prize and Jordan Ireland took the management’s player of the year award, after making 33 appearances.


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