Huntly forward Gary McGowan was pleased to get the recognition from his fellow team mates to win the Player’s Player of the Year Award.

Speaking after picking up the prize, McGowan admitted he was surprised to win.

“To be honest I’m quite surprised I won it but to win this ward is fantastic and I’m over the moon, there’s not one person in our team that doesn’t give all they can and that’s what you want from your team mates.

The second half of the season has been tough for everyone, it’s not been easy but we’ve all stuck together and if you do that you’ve got a chance and we look to go again next season to finish as high as we can.”

Having signed a new contract extension, McGowan, who is in his fourth spell at Christie Park can’t wait to get going again in 2018/19.

“It was a no-brainer to sign a new deal. When I needed an operation, Huntly, who are my hometown team were willing to help me so I now want to help them by signing a new contract and helping them get back up the league. When I was younger things were maybe a bit different but as you get older, you start learning more about loyalty and there’s a lot of positivity from the squad going into the new season.”

As one of the older players in the squad now, the former Highland League Young Player of the Year knows you need experienced player to help the current crop of younger players.

“We’ve got a young squad with some cracking players in the likes of Tom, Glenn and Reece and obviously guys like myself, John Farquhar, Pele, Thoirs and Blair have all been about for a little while now and it’s important we help them progress into good Highland League players as they’ve all got bags of ability.

Look at Chris Hay and Cory Ritchie who came in at the end of the season, they’ve all got a chance, they can still learn from us but it’s important to play their own game also.”

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