KEEPER Dan Jarman picked up an awards double at Bourne Town’s end of season presentation bash.
Jarman bagged the players’ player of the year and supporters’ player of the year as the Wakes reflected on their UCL Division One campaign.
Skipper Dan Smith also picked up a gong as player/boss Darren Munton named his manager’s player of the season.
Striker Alex Brockbank, who hit seven league goals, was Bourne’s leading scorer, while Ashley Firth was named as the most improved player.
In the Wakes’ Reserve team, Tom Hill snared a double after collecting the managers’ player of the year and most improved player.
Kevin Elgar (players’ player) and Jimmy Younghusband (leading scorer) also picked up trophies.
Bourne finished 12th out of 17 in UCL Division One, with the second string finishing rock bottom of UCL Reserve Division One.