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Player of the Season Deadline

Good news for those that haven’t got to it yet – the voting window for the Fans’ Player of the Season has been extended until the end of May. You don’t need to be a member of the Trust and you can register with Facebook. If you are a paid-up member of the Trust, an account has been set up for you – just set up a new password.

If you have any problems with this, contact webmaster@cardstrust.co.uk and he will sort it out!

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Player of the Season 2020 Poll

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Fans’ Player of the Season 2020

How it Works

The season has now ended and there’s no need to wait for the League to decide how positions will be finalised before choosing the Cards Fans’ Player of the Season, organised by the Cards Trust. 

Voting

To vote for the player of the year, you need to register on the Cards Trust website (existing Trust members should already be registered – although if you haven’t done so yet, you may need to get a new password). You can register with Facebook if you prefer.

Go to the home page and select the Register menu option.

Choose the ‘Free Website Membership’ option, confirm via email and you will be able to go to the poll here.

There is a simple system of ‘one fan, one vote’ and the Trust reserves the right to discount duplicate or ‘spam’ votes. The system will record your vote, which cannot then be modified – so make sure you have decided before going ahead.

You won’t be able to see the results as we go along, but look out for updates from the Trust about voting patterns.

Polling ends at midnight on 31st May 2020. Don’t delay!

Making Your Decision

To help you decide, you can find below a pdf file with the big game details table that is usually in the programme (this one was from the programme for the aborted Dagenham game – a collectors special!). That may help you to remember the good moments from the season.

You can also check the stats on the Club website to see who did what.   

Players of the Month for 2019-20 were:

MonthPlayer of the Month
August 2019Jake Hyde
September 2019Craig Ross
October 2019Dave Tarpey
November 2019Jamar Loza
December 2019Godfrey Poku
January 2020Godfrey Poku

To cast your vote go here…

If you have any problems casting your vote or there is any other accessibility issue, send an email to the webmaster

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End of Season Awards

The Trust is working with the club to coordinate the voting for end of season awards – once we know when the end of the season is! Watch for more news.

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Player of the Month for January 2020

The Cards Trust collected votes for the January Player of the Month at the Stockport County match and the winner was Godfrey Poku with 37% of the votes cast. Second was Moussa Diarra and third was Craig Ross. Thanks to Waitrose, Goldsworth Park for the champagne prize which will be presented today. If you shop there, feel free to thank them!

Image: David Holmes
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Player of the Month November

After counting the 592 votes for November Player of the Month collected before Saturday’s game, the clear winner chosen by fans was Jamar Loza. Well done!

A presentation will take place before the home game v Sutton United on Boxing Day.

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Josh Casey Crowned Woking Sports Personality of the Year

At a glittering awards ceremony to honour Woking’s sporting elite and outstanding service to sport, Josh Casey was crowned Woking’s Sports Personality of the Year!

The Sport Woking Awards are an annual event which celebrate the borough’s sporting achievements over the past 12 months. The Woking Football Club captain and left back received multiple public nominations for leading his side to victory in the National League South play-offs, securing the club’s promotion to the Vanarama National League.

Speaking about the award, Josh Casey, said: “I’m honoured and humbled to win Woking Sports Personality of the Year. It’s been an incredible year for me personally but more importantly for Woking FC. It’s been a pleasure to captain the club. I can safely say I’m collecting the award on behalf of the players and staff who do an unbelievable amount in the community. Hopefully 2020 will be just as successful.

Josh Casey in action against Bromley. Photo:David Holmes

The Young Sports Personality of the Year award was handed to gymnast, Jasper Smith-Gordon, from Woking Gymnastics Club for representing Great Britain at a number of international competitions including the 2019 World Cup in Hungary where he picked up a bronze medal on the vault.

The Trotman Trophy, another coveted award, went to Richard Grady, who earlier in the proceedings also received the award for Outstanding Service to Sport. Richard is one of the founding members of Woking Rugby Football Club, and since things kicked-off in 1989, he has devoted every minute of his spare time to the club’s development. Although serious illness has forced his retirement from the pitch, he continues to be a highly respected member of the team and ambassador for both the club and rugby in general. In addition to the rapturous applause provided by the large contingent from Woking Rugby Club in attendance, Richard received a standing ovation as he lifted the Trotman Trophy, presented by Sport Woking Chairman, Clive Moon.

The other category awards winners, nominated by the public, were as follows:

  • Active Surrey ‘Community Project of the Year’ – Combat Sports League, collected by founder Ali Waheed.
  • Activity Surrey ‘School Innovation of the Year’ – Barnsbury School, collected by teacher, Amber Hiller.
  • Active Surrey ‘Coach, Leader or Instructor of the Year Award’ – Richard Buckmaster from Mayford Athletic Football Club.
  • Freedom Leisure ‘Inclusive Sport Award’ – Michael Dey for his work with Surrey Wheels for All.
  • ‘Outstanding Service to Sport’ – Richard Grady from Woking Rugby Football Club
  • ‘Volunteer of the Year’ – Fezaan Azam for his work with Woking Tigers football academy, community fundraising and efforts to increase female participation in sport.

The Mayor of Woking, Cllr Beryl Hunwicks, said: “It was a great privilege to hand out this year’s awards and personally congratulate all our deserved winners. I’m amazed at just how much sport is happening across the borough, and even if you didn’t win an award, I want to congratulate and thank all our nominees for their efforts over the past year.

“Sport can open doors for people, create opportunities and is so important for health and wellbeing. I’d like to thank Woking Borough Council’s sports development team for putting on these awards and for doing all it can to promote sport in our borough. And thank you to everyone who works behind the scenes to help others to succeed. I hope you all had a fabulous night.”

About the 2019 Sport Woking Awards

The awards ceremony (Thursday 28 November), was organised by Woking Borough Council with support from sponsors Active Surrey, Specsavers, Freedom Leisure, #WeAreWoking, Sport Woking and Woking News and Mail. Adding to the profile of the awards, Eagle Radio presenter, Dave Wooldridge, compered the event and Signature Events & Décor helped light up the stage with their illuminated signs and in-kind support.

David Wooldridge, supported by Sport Woking Chairman, Clive Moon, led a moving tribute to Adrian Hardy (Surrey Wheels for All) and Arthur Barber (Sport Woking), who sadly passed away in 2019 but leave their mark on the borough’s sporting history.

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Player of the Month October 2019

Dave Tarpey has been voted by fans at the Halifax game as their POM for October. Presentation will before the game with Bromley, Tuesday 26th November 2019.