Over 1,300 votes were cast - here's who won the Scarborough News Scarborough RUFC Player of the Year poll
Over 1,300 Scarborough News readers have had their say and decided who should be the Scarborough RUFC Player of the Year.
A total of 1,359 votes were cast, with scrum-half Jordan Wakeham bagging the win with 41%, while Jonty Holloway finished in second place with 15%, with Euan Govier third after claiming 11% of the votes.
Scrum-half Wakeham has summed up his delight at being named Scarborough News Scarborough RUFC Player of the Year.
Wakeham said: “I’m really pleased and grateful to have won the poll and have everyone backing for this season’s hard work.
“It’s great to see how many people have voted and are supporting not just myself but the whole team.
“It sums up the great support we’ve had this year home and away every week.
“Hopefully we can start to push on from last season and I’m looking forward to getting back out there.”
“I’d like to thank everyone for voting, I hope everyone is staying safe and well and hopefully it won’t be too long before we see everyone back at the rugby club.”