Published: 22:17, 01 May 2016
Bradley Dack cleaned up at the Gillingham player-of-the-year awards.
Gills' leading scorer was named as the club's 2015/16 player-of-the-year and also scooped the young player award.
Dack also clinched the players' player award along with the sponsor's player-of-the-year and the PFA Community Champion award.
The club awards follow him being named League 1 player-of-the-year.
Max Ehmer was awarded the Chairman's Cup, while John Egan took the away player-of-the-year trophy.
Goal-of-the-season went to Emmanuel Osadebe for his solo effort against Bury in November.
The Gills ladies awards were also handed out, with Rachel Ahem their player-of-the-year. Courtney Shanley was named young player-of-the-year.
Dave Taylor was awarded the Elliott Scally Cup for special achievement.
Gillingham need a win on the last day against Millwall to keep their season alive.
Chairman Paul Scally said: "I am delighted that the club has one again made great progress this year, occupying a top six slot for the vast majority of the campaign."
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