Josh Hancock was celebrating a notable double achievement after being crowned Altrincham's outstanding performer of the past season by his team-mates and the club's supporters.

In a YouTube screening of the end-of-season awards, featuring manager Phil Parkinson, his assistant Neil Sorvel, backroom staff, club directors and members of the first-team squad, attacking midfielder Hancock took star billing by winning both the players’ and supporters’ player of the year categories.

James Jones was voted young player of the year, Tom Peers' FA Cup winner at York City won goal of the season, Shaun Densmore was Parkinson's choice as manager's player of the year and club person of the year went to inclusion and diversity officer Jordan Tyms.

In recognition of 12 years’ service, it was announced that Densmore would be awarded a testimonial game at some point next season.

Reflecting on his double triumph, Hancock said: "I'd like to say a massive thank you to the boys and to the supporters for voting for me.

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"It has probably been my standout season so far, based on some of the goals I've scored, and I just hope I can keep it going.

"The penalty at Portsmouth in the FA Cup was the one that stands out, for the emotion and celebrations and stuff. I was feeling the pressure a bit, and I'm just glad it went in. I'm over the moon with these awards."

Explaining his choice of Densmore as manager's player of the year, Parkinson said: "He has proved he is still a great player. He has come back from a really serious injury and performed fantastically well.

"In my first season here, I was looking at clearing the decks, but he fought tooth and nail to stay at the club. The decision to keep him here was the best I've made.

"He trains unbelievably well and sets a great example to the others. As for performances – when we play well, he's played well. Those creative runs he makes, it's like he's 21 again!"