A full round-up of our end of season award winners who were presented with their trophies ahead of kick-off this weekend.
Byron Harrison became a triple award winner this weekend as he 'cleared up' in 2013-14 end of season awards.
The big striker's journey this season has been a remarkable one and he was genuinely surprised to have been named Supporters Player of the Year, Players' Player of the Year and of course Junior Robins' Player of the Year.
"I really appreciated it (the award and his reception)," said Byron.
"I didn't know I would win all of them but it's great to know that people think highly of you. The work doesn't stop here for me because I want to come back next season a better player and keep improving."
Byron made 38 starting appearances this season with 12 more from the substitutes bench and he scored 15 goals.
There was also an award for Harry Williams who was named the Young Player of the Year after breaking into the first team, being offered a professional contract and having nearly scored 40 goals in youth and reserve football. Harry is an 18 year-old Cheltenham boy based in Charlton Kings and schooled at Balcarras Senior School.
Another man to receive deserved recognition was Murry Toms who has provided a decade's worth of voluntary support to the club's media department on home and away matchdays.
The 2013-14 end of season award winners were:
Supporters Player of the Year - Byron Harrison (presented by supporter Jamie Howells)
Players' Player of the Year - Byron Harrison (presented by 1964 Cheltenham Town promtion winner Bobby Nisbet)
Young Player of the Year - Harry Williams (presented by Rod Burge's grandchildren)
Junior Robins Player of the Year - Byron Harrison (presented by our matchday mascots)
Clubman of the Year - Murry Toms (presented by chairman Paul Baker)
Norwegian Supporters Group POTY - Scott Brown(presented by two of our Norwegian supporters)
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