Falmouth Town have recognised their star performers of the 2019/20 season at the club's end-of-season awards night.

While the club usually hold their awards night at the Greenbank Hotel in May, Town decided to hold this year's event at their clubhouse on Saturday now that the social distancing restrictions have been eased.

Club captain Joe Cooper claimed the manager's player of the year award, forward Luke Brabyn scooped the players' player and top goal scorer awards, Luke Johnson collected the supporters' player award and Sam Pickup received the young player award.

Manager Andrew Westgarth chose his captain Cooper for his manager's award after the centre-back enjoyed another highly consistent season.

“I think for Coops sometimes it can go unrecognised," Westgarth said. "Loyalty, longevity, and it’s normally the strikers who get the headlines, but for Coops, anyone that’s watched us for a prolonged period of time knows he is Mr Consistent.

“He never lets us down and on top of it he’s a top player, so I think he fully deserved his award.”

Brabyn bagged the one every player wants to win – the players' player award voted for by their team-mates.

A winger by trade, Brabyn often found himself on his own up front when other strikers were unavailable, scoring 22 goals to land the top goal scorer award.

“A bit like Coops, you look at Brabyn’s commitment to the cause, he very rarely misses a game," Westgarth said. "He scores massive goals in big games. Take the two penalties against Longlevens [in the Vase win], pressure penalties.

"He’s becoming a real asset for us and to tie in with top goal scorer it was a great season for him.”

Johnson enjoyed a fine first full season in a Falmouth shirt despite missing several games early on through injury, ending the campaign on a run of six goals in five games.

“I think the way he plays he’s a bit of a crowd favourite," Westgarth said. " You never know what you’re going to get with him sometimes and I think he finished the season really strongly.

“At the start of the season he had a few injuries and when he came back for that 5-1 Vase game [against Helston] he had an unbelievable game, and once he finally broke his duck at home he went on a purple patch.”

Pickup collects the young player award after continuing his development and gaining valuable game time during the season, with the midfielder also bagging two goals.

Westgarth said: “He’s been at the club a long time now and I think this year he upped his game time and his contribution in those games as well, and again a fully deserved winner.”