Josh Lundstram swept the board at Altrincham’s awards night after the Robins rounded off their National League campaign with a 1-1 draw away to Aldershot Town.

A late goal by left-back Eddy Jones ensured Alty returned from Hampshire with a well-deserved point to secure 17th place in the table, but it was Lundstram who stole the show when individual gongs were dished out at a celebration dinner in the Community Sports Hall at The J.Davidson Stadium on Sunday evening.

The dynamic midfielder, signed from Crewe Alexandra last summer, played the full 90 minutes in every single league game and was rewarded by being named player-of-the-year in all three categories.

Reflecting on being the choice of Alty’s supporters, players and manager Phil Parkinson, Lundstram said: “I’m pleased and proud to have played every minute in the league. I was determined to do it - even early in the season, if I felt a niggle, I thought I’ve got to get through it and keep the run going.

“I’ve got to thank the rest of the lads as well, because you are out there every Saturday, battling away with your team-mates, and we all rely on each other.

“I can’t get something like this without their help, and I really appreciate it. it means a lot, because since coming back here after that initial loan spell I had with Alty, I’ve grown to love this club.

“I appreciate everything it has done for me, and I can’t wait to see how far we can go next season.”

In an event sponsored by J.Davidson, Car Finance 24/7 and McHale and Co Solicitors, with Cottons Hotel, Marc Darcy, Flannels, Black Opal Travel and Harvey Nichols sponsoring the individual prizes, Chris Conn-Clarke won both young player-of-the-year and goal-of-the-season, for his solo effort against FC Halifax Town, while club person-of-the-year went to Stuart Buchan.

In addition, it was announced former keeper and appearances record-holder Stuart Coburn will have a testimonial at a date to be agreed.