Peterborough United midfielder Joe Newell claimed the first hat-trick of his professional career on Saturday (April 25).
The 22 year-old won all three senior Posh player-of-the-season awards handed out before and after the last League One home match of the campaign at the ABAX Stadium.
Before the 4-3 win over Crawley he was presented with the BBC Radio Cambs player-of-the season by sports editor Nick Fairbairn and legendary commentator Edwin Overland.
And after the match he was also honoured by supporters group Forever Posh and by those who travel on official supporters coaches to away matches.
Newell has scored two goals in 41 appearances for Posh this season. He has played in a variety of positions including left-back and left wing.
Marcus Maddison was runner-up in the Forever Posh award.
Harry Anderson won the Forever Posh young player-of-the season prize after breaking into the first team in recent weeks.