A STUNNING season for Holywell Town has been celebrated.

The club, which won this season’s Cymru North title after an epic battle with Flint Town United and Airbus, marked the campaign with the end of season awards evening.

Jake Cooke (pictured) marked a fine season with two awards.

He took away the top scorer prize and the first team manager’s player of the season.

Supporters went for Danny Andrews as their first team player of the campaign, while the players’ player of the season accolade went the way of Ryan Edwards.

Gareth Evans was named as the board / committee player of the season.

Luka Graham picked up the first team Cazzy Hughes young player of the year prize.

Marking a successful season, Graham also bagged the U19s’ manager’s player of the season nod, with the team’s players’ player prize going the way of Isaac Goundrey, who was also named as the development squad manager’s player of the year.

The players’ player accolade for the development side went to Jack Baines-Hughes, while manager’s recognition awards went to George Jones (U19s), Iwan Peters (development), and Gaynor Davies and Morgan Murray (first team).

Club-persons of the year were the Morris family and Steve Roberts, with Ollie Roberts, Rhys Roberts and Cian Evans gaining the club recognition award, and Tracey Jones and Gaynor Davies were given club appreciation awards.

First team boss Johnny Haseldin was a players’ appreciation award winner and he handed over his manager’s appreciation award to Iwan Waters.