Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

Belfast Telegraph Championship 1 Player of the Season

Stephen Hughes - Newry City (left) The man they call 'Engine' has really helped drive Newry City forward this season, as they landed second place in the ever-competitive Belfast Telegraph Championship One. Hughes has weighed in with a number of crucial goals and it's no surprise he is now attracting the attention of Premiership clubs.
Gareth Buchanan - Newry City Newry City may have finished 12 points behind Ballinamallard United this season, but they did manage to beat them twice and concede less goals over the course of the regular league season. Newry's number one Gareth Buchanan only let in 19 league goals, putting in a string of fine performances in between the sticks.
David Kee - Ballinamallard United (right) While the likes of Crawford, Curran, Feeney and McCartney grabbed the headlines, David Kee has very much gone unnoticed in the Mallard's title winning season, but the defensive midfielder is rated just as highly by the club’s coaching staff. The defensive midfielder played a key role, winning the ball and laying it off for the club's exciting match-winners.

This season the Belfast Telegraph have allowed fans of Championship football to vote for the Fans Player of the Month. Now that the season is over we are giving you the opportunity to vote for your Fans Belfast Telegraph Championship Player of the Season.

With Ballinamallard United cruising to the the title and Newry City just falling short of promotion in the play-off, the division's top two sides dominate our shortlist.

>>The poll is closed the winner will be announced in the Park pull-out inside the Belfast Telegraph on Monday 21 May.

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