Veteran Dennis Wyness was the latest winner of the Forbes Shand shield as voted for by club officials as he reflected on an indifferent season.

“It’s not been the best of seasons but I thought we finished the season quite well after the new manager’s came in and we’re all looking forward to next season to see who comes in as we’ve  already got the nucleus of a good squad here.”

The former Aberdeen player was taken to the club as a forward but he has changed to a deeper role to help benefit the team in midfield.

“At the start of the season I was playing up front but since the new management came in I’ve played in midfield on a number of occasions which I’ve enjoyed albeit it’s different for me but we’ve got the likes of Gary and Robbie further up and I’m just happy to be playing.”

As the oldest in the squad at 40, Dennis feels a good mix of youth and experience is good for the squad.

“Robbie has done well with 19 goals, big Ross Still too in midfield as has Glenn Murison. There are a lot of good young players here and the likes of myself and Sean Webb try to help them out and pass on our experience to them.”

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