ROB LAINTON has won the official Wrexham AFC Player of the Season award.

The 29-year-old goalkeeper has been a revelation since joining Wrexham initially on loan from Port Vale last summer, with the Reds taking over his contract from the League Two outfit in November.

Lainton has more than played his part in Wrexham's promotion challenge, keeping 21 clean sheets in 44 league outings for the Reds.

The Reds have kept a total of 26 clean sheets in all competitions - Lainton was between the posts for 25 of them - which means they have equalled a club record going into the play-offs.

Lainton also scooped the player of the season awards from the Buckley and District Reds, Turf Reds, Shropshire Reds, and WST Tweets.

Captain Shaun Pearson won the player of the season awards from the Mold and District Reds, London Reds and Junior Dragons.

The Kings Mills Reds' 'Most Consistent Player' award went to James Jennings and the Isle of Man Reds player of the season was Paul Rutherford.

Jermaine McGlashan took the Rhos and District Reds 'Defining Moment' award for his winning goal at Barnet earlier this month which secured Wrexham's place in the play-offs.

The Bob Clark scholar of the season is Matty Sargent and the Steve Edwards goal of the season gong went to Luke Young for his sensational strike in October's win at Dagenham and Redbridge.

The WST Tweets Unsung Hero Award went to David Mainwaring (Dementia Friendly Champion at Wrexham).