Huw Griffiths, Jamie Mullan and Luke Wall pick up end-of-season WPL gongs

Cefn Druids’ Huw Griffiths, The New Saints’ Jamie Mullan and Bangor City’s Luke Wall claimed the top three Welsh Premier League awards. 

Cefn Druids boss Huw Griffiths was named Manager of the Year after leading the Ancients into the Europa League qualifiers, following their fifth-placed finish.

The New Saints’ midfielder Jamie Mullan claimed the Welsh Premier League ‘Player of the Season’. The 30-year-old scored seven goals in 21 appearances this season, helping the Oswestry side to their seventh consecutive title. He also scored the winning goal in the Nathaniel MG Cup Final.

Bangor City’s Luke Wall who arrived from Accrington Stanley at the start of the season was given the Young Player of the Season award.

He beat teammates Matthew Hall and Dean Rittenberg, as well as The New Saints’ midfielder Tom Holland.

Aberystwyth Town’s Geoff Kellaway was given the Clubman of the Year award, for his service to the club over the last five years. This is his second spell, after initially departing in 2013 to Llanelli Town.

The awards ceremony also celebrated the players who were called up to the Wales squad back in March.

Team of the Season:

Goalkeeper: John Danby (Connah’s Quay Nomads)

LB: Chris Hugh (Barry Town

RB: Danny Holmes (Bangor City)

CB: George Horan (Connah’s Quay Nomads)

CB: Connell Rawlinson (The New Saints)

RM: Danny Holmes (Bangor City)

CM: Aeron Edwards (The New Saints)

CM: Danny Gossett (Bangor City)

LM: Jamie Mullan (The New Saints)

Kayne McLaggon (Barry Town United)

Greg Draper (The New Saints)

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Matthew Hall – Bangor City

Eliot Evans – Cardiff Metropolitan University

Declan Walker – Aberyswyth Town

Kai Edwards – Connah’s Quay Nomads

Dean Rittenberg – Bangor City

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