JOSH Sheehan landed a quartet of honours when Newport County AFC held a virtual end of season awards ceremony.

The 25-year-old was named as player of the year and players' player of the year, while the midfielder also scooped the Disabled Supporters Association player of the year and the away player of the year honour voted for by the County supporters club.

Sheehan had a fine campaign after dropping deeper to dictate play from the heart of midfield, making 42 appearances and scoring against Scunthorpe and Swindon.

Forward Tristan Abrahams was young player of the year and was also lauded for making most appearances while striker Padraig Amond won the fair play award to go along with his top goal scorer trophy.

George Nurse won goal of the year for his stunning long-range strike against Carlisle United at Rodney Parade while Ethan Ross was the academy award winner.

County's supporters club voted utility man Scot Bennett, who has left Rodney Parade because the club cannot offer fresh contracts because of the financial hit from the coronavirus pandemic, as their player of the year while Abrahams won young player of the year.

Campaign Series:

Club Awards

Ray Taylor Fair Play Award: Padraig Amond

Rob Dare Memorial Award Newport County AFC academy, outstanding contribution: Ethan Ross

Doc Heffernan Shield for young player of the year: Tristan Abrahams

Derek Williams Memorial Trophy for goal of the year: George Nurse

Tom Gardner Trophy for top goal scorer: Padraig Amond

Reg Parsons Trophy for most appearances: Tristan Abrahams

Brian Toms President's Cup for players player of the season: Josh Sheehan

Patrons Cup for Newport County AFC player of the year: Josh Sheehan

Campaign Series:

Supporters Club Awards

Young supporter of the year: Megan Young.

Supporter of the year: Ethan Brussalis.

Away player of the year: Josh Sheehan

Young player of the year: Tristan Abrahams (pictured below)

Player of the year: Scot Bennett.

Campaign Series:

Disabled Supporters Association player of the year: Josh Sheehan

David Williams community award: Matty Dolan.

PFA community champion: Mark O'Brien

John Relish award – college programme, manager's player of the year: Alex Edwards

Allen Wood award – college programme, players' player of the year: Sam Beckett

Melin Homes award – ladies manager player of the year: Rubi Sanges

Accent on Education award – ladies players' player of the year: Molly Thompson

John Macey award – walking football players' player of the year: Seamus McGoldrick

Keith Tennant Award – WWTSS players' player of the year: Dustin Simpson

Special recognition awards: Paul Jenkins, Danny Elliot, Gareth Rowlands, Mark O'Brien