AARON Dawson was a double winner at the annual Salisbury FC awards night.

In his second season with the Whites he won the Players’ Player award and also picked up the Salisbury Supporters Player of Year as well.

Salisbury boss Steve Claridge felt it was the right choice and said: "He was fantastic for us during the campaign and I think overall he was the most consistence player for us. I think it was the right choice.

He also had not argument with the Young Player of Year award which went to Josh Sommerton and said: "I think that is the current decision as he is a good young player."

The Golden Boot winner for this season for the leading goal scorer went to Luke Hopper.

The Development Team Manager's Player of the Year was won by Diego Romero and the Supporters Club Special Award went to Kay McBride.

Claridge continues to be in talks with a number of players as he looks to build his squad for the next season and with Met Police missing out on promotion after defeat in the Super Play-off to Tonbridge, the Southern Premier League South is going to be a tough league next season as only one went up.

Claridge agreed and said: "I think with Truro and Weston coming down I certainly think the league looks the strongest it has ever been, which is why I am so disappointed we did not beat Met Police in our first play-off game, as I would have fancied us to get promoted, with both games at home."

"We have some players who feel they have unfinished business with the club, after just missing out and want to put it right, which is great to hear."