Chorley skipper Martin Clark pulled off a hat-trick of annual awards at the club's presentation evening after Saturday's 2-1 win over Bridlington Town.

Clark was presented with the Supporters' Club Player of the Year trophy and the Players' Player of the Year prize by Mick Telfer, a former Chorley Player of the Year.

He also received the KC Couriers Player of the Year award from Kevin Charlton, a Chorley director and one of the club's top sponsors.

The veteran skipper, who joined the club in 2005, has been the players' choice for the last three seasons.

Peter Collinge and Danny Nolan were joint Supporters' Club Player of the Year runners-up. The KC Couriers Player of the Year runner-up was Kieran Fletcher, with Mike Eckersley in third place.

Nolan was KC Young Player of the Year, ahead of James Mulllineux.

Other KC Couriers annual prizes - Clubman of the Year: Dave German; Special Club Award: Mick Wearmouth (secretary); Most League appearances: Martin Clark (39, including one as substitute, out of 42 matches); Highest scorer: Steve Burke (14); Goal of the Season: Mark Drew (at Harrogate, February 23).