Published: 00:00, 01 May 2006
| Updated: 10:51, 02 May 2006
GOALKEEPER Jason Brown’s impressive season was rewarded on Saturday night when he picked up Gillingham’s player of the year award at the club’s presentation evening.
Brown, who played 38 league games during the campaign, was an instrumental figure in helping the club secure their League 1 status.
It is the second time that the 23-year-old has won the award after also receiving the honour at the end of the 2002/03 campaign.
Brown pipped Danny Jackman into second place with leading goalscorer Darren Byfield taking third position.
Jackman did have the consolation of claiming the mhs homes player of the year award and the players’ player of the year trophy.
Brown won the away player of the year award, while Matt Jarvis was named young player of the year and picked up the goal of the season honour for his strike against Huddersfield in April.
Gills manager Ronnie Jepson received a ‘Making a Diference’ award from mhs.
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