February Player of the Month vote

Non League Yorkshire’s James Grayson presents Garforth Town striker Mark Simpson with his Crawford HR January Player of the Month trophy, alongside Rob Hunter

Now is the time to vote for your Crawford HR February Player of the Month? Who will follow in the footsteps of Joe Lumsden, Brett Agnew, Alex Peterson and Mark Simpson? It will be a tough choice as all ten are worthy winners. The winner will be presented with a trophy and bottle of red wine. Voting closes on Saturday at 11.59pm.

The monthly polls are a prequel to the end of season player of the year vote which will see the winner take home £100 and a brand new trophy.

Gavin Allott (Shaw Lane AFC)

Shaw Lane AFC striker Gavin Allott

Josh Batty (Hall Road Rangers)

Hall Road’s Josh Batty in an aerial battle. Picture: Lee Myers

Rob Bordman (Ossett Albion)

Rob Bordman scored some spectacular goals for Ossett Albion during February. Picture: Adam Hirst

Harry Brown (Knaresborough Town)

Harry Brown moved to Knaresborough from Harrogate Railway earlier this season

Steve Hopewell (Maltby Main)

Maltby Main attacker Steve Hopewell 

Luke Mangham (Frickley Athletic)

Frickley attacker Luke Mangham

Ryan Poskitt (Glasshoughton Welfare)

Glasshoughton’s key man Ryan Poskitt. Picture: whiterosephotos.co.uk

Matt Reay (Stocksbridge Park Steels)

Stocksbridge defender Matt Reay makes a strong challenge on Sheffield FC attacker James Gregory

Kieran Watson (Hallam)

Hallam striker Kieran Watson

James Walshaw (Farsley Celtic)

Farsley striker James Walshaw

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7 thoughts on “February Player of the Month vote

  1. POSKITT! He leaves Snow White every Saturday with a ‘Hi Ho’ and off to work he goes on the Non-league defenders. . . . . .

  2. Josh Batty is the hardest working footballer I’ve ever seen . He has skill , poise & has an eye for goal .If anyone deserved this award it’s him .

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