Ever present defender scoops young player award at end of season gathering.
Jack Tucker was voted the club's "Young Player of the Year" for a second successive season following a small gathering in the Chairman's Office on Sunday afternoon.
The 21-year-old has been an ever present in defence during the 2020/21 campaign and was handed his trophy by Tony Hudgell, who completed a 100-step challenge prior to kick-off against Plymouth Argyle.
Jack fought off competition from Tommy O'Connor and Robbie McKenzie who were also in contention for the award. The centre-back played 50 games during the year, scoring one goal.
Kyle Dempsey bagged the main "Player of the Year" trophy, with Connor Ogilvie winning "Goal of the Season." Vadaine Oliver was chosen by his team-mates as "Players' Player of the Year."
Interviews with all four players will be available in due course.