Connell Rawlinson was last night announced as Notts County’s Fans Player of the Year for the 2019/20 campaign after a magnificent first season at Meadow Lane following his move from Port Vale.
The big defender made 34 league appearances for the Magpies but was an unused substitute in both playoff matches with Manager Neal Ardley preferring the combination of Alex Lacey and Ben Turner at centre back.
28-year-old Rawlinson however has been tipped for another good campaign ahead and will be assured to play a large part in Notts County’s promotion push.
Rawlinson also shares the clubs players’ player award with Kyle Wootton who also won the golden boot after scoring 18 goals last season whilst the young player of the year went to Sam Osbourne.
Michael Doyle won the goal of the season award for his magnificent effort against Dagenham in the FA Trophy whilst County legend Les Bradd won the community champion award for services to the club and for his outstanding work with Notts County’s Football In The Community Scheme.
*Main image @Official_NCFC Rawlinson won both fans and players award.