Cheltenham Town supporters can vote NOW for March’s Autovillage Player of the Month.
Every month this season fans will be able to vote for which player has impressed them most from a selected shortlist.
This season we are delighted that the Player of the Month award is being kindly sponsored by our close friends at Autovillage.
March’s candidates include a couple of players nominated in last month's vote, including winner Kevin Dawson and January's winner Luke Varney.
This month's nominees include:
- Billy Waters
- Will Boyle
- Luke Varney
- Kevin Dawson
You can vote for your winner on social media by clicking here.
Northampton Town loanee Billy Waters has settled back into life in Cheltenham very well since rejoining the club in January, opening his scoring account at the start of March.
The club's Player of the Season from two years ago bundled in at the far post to draw the Robins level in a credible draw against automatic promotion chasers Bury.
Popular with the Cheltenham faithful, the hard-working striker then broke through and rolled into the bottom corner to net in back to back home games against Notts County.
After missing the 3-1 victory over his parent club, Waters made it three goals scored in his last four games by heading in at the back post against former side Crewe Alexandra at the weekend.
Centre-back Will Boyle has also thrived since returning from injury and has played a key role alongside consistent captain Ben Tozer and Charlie Raglan in a back three.
Following a 4-2 loss at Mansfield, Boyle helped keep Bury at bay before scoring his sixth goal of the season with a trademark header in a comfortable 4-1 triumph over Notts County.
Despite being sent off on his 100th appearance for the Robins in a narrow loss at Newport County a week later, the red card was succesfully overturned and he returned for another home win against Northampton.
Boyle finished March with a typically solid display as Michael Duff's side beat Crewe away from home.
February's Autovillage Player of the Month winner Kevin Dawson has been on fire since the start of 2019 and has stood out in each and every one of Cheltenham's matches in March.
Enjoying a more central role, Dawson was the best player on the pitch against the Shakers and showed great stamina and determination in the Notts County and Newport matches.
The Irishman once again dazzled against Kieth Curle's Northampton and set up Luke Varney's opener, before firing in his fourth goal of the season from the edge of the penalty box in Saturday's win at Gresty Road.
Veteran forward Varney reached double figures in late February and has added another four goals since to take his current seasonal tally up to 14.
A brace against Northampton followed a penalty against Notts County and the 36-year-old wrapped up March by driving in a wonderful long-range strike at former club Crewe.