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Rendell takes the honours at Woking

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Vanarama Conference club Woking held their annual dinner and presentation evening on Saturday, hosted in the new Geoff Chapple Lounge for the first time, where supporters, volunteers, staff, sponsors and players got together to celebrate a great season.

The club`s player of the season award, as voted for by the fans, went to Scott Rendell, with the striker receiving 65% of the votes.

Rendell scored 26 goals in forty-five appearances this season, a fantastic achievement from the 28-year-old who also picked up three other awards on the night; retaining the Woking News & Mail player of the season and the managers` player of the season awards.

His team-mates also named him players’ player of the season.

Giuseppe Sole has made the most appearances this season, getting on the pitch on fifty-one occasions, finding the back of the net 12 times.

The awards section of the evening kicked off during dessert with everyone’s eyes glued to the televisions to watch the top ten goals as voted for by the fans.

Voting was neck and neck on the final day of voting, but Giuseppe Sole pulled away with his free-kick at FC Halifax Town, which was seen live on BT Sport.

Sole’s goal received 32% of the votes, just beating Josh Payne’s volley at Chester FC which received 29%. Both goals would be worthy winners in any goal of the season competition!

There were three awards presented on the night for first-team appearance milestones, with Kevin Betsy (200), Joe McNerney (250) and Sole (300) all presented with an award by Andrew Laithwaite from Laithwaite Financial Services, the sponsors of the Geoff Chapple Lounge.

In addition, on Saturday 25th October 2014, Sole scored his 100th goal for Woking and was presented with a special award and a frame listing all 100 of his goals.

Kevin Betsy was presented with an Outstanding Contribution to Woking Football Club award by Garry Hill and Geoff Chapple.
The clubman of the year award was presented by chairman Mike Smith to long-term volunteer Mike Horne, who gives up his time to help tidy Kingfield Stadium every Sunday after a match.

Source: www.footballconference.co.uk

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