It was a successful night for the Club at the recent North West Football Awards with two awards coming back to Prenton Park!
Clubs across the North West came together at Old Trafford to celebrate the achievements right through the pyramid with numerous categories up for grabs.
Tranmere Rovers were nominated and represented in six separate categories in total:
Peter Clarke - League Two Player of the Season
Calum MacDonald - Rising Star
Mark Randles - Unsung Hero
Tranmere Rovers in the Community - Community Club of the Season
Best Club Marketing, Sponsorship or Engagement Campaign
Kieron Morris goal v Port Vale - Moment of the season
The Club was incredibly proud to be nominated in the above categories and would like to thank everyone involved in helping to get to that stage.
After the results were revealed on the night, Rovers came out on top for two out of the six awards…
Peter Clarke, who played in every minute of every league game last season, was awarded the League Two Player of the Season!
After picking his award up, he said "I’d like to thank everyone involved at the Club and of course my team mates and the Super White Army for this award. I couldn’t have won it without those people.
“I love playing and I love competing every week so long may that continue. This is a nice pat on the back for the work that goes on behind the scenes to allow me to do that.
“I’m incredibly proud and here’s hoping to another long and successful season”
Elsewhere, the Club were awarded the Best Club Marketing, Sponsorship or Engagement Campaign. This was for the ‘Designed by you, for you!’ campaign ran by the Club which allowed supporters to design this season’s kit from scratch. The other nominees in this category were Preston North End and Manchester United.
Nicola Palios added "We are really delighted with the number of finalists we had in the Awards this year, and, of course, with the wins for Peter Clarke and for our ‘Designed by you, for you’ Marketing and Fan Engagement initiative.
“It is a great reflection of a huge amount of work that goes in from so many people at the Club - whether from players, staff, volunteers and supporters - and it is great to see that work being recognised."