Jordan Shelvey was the big winner at this year’s annual Clydebank FC Player of the Year night - scooping three awards.

Shelvey - who scored 14 goals across the season - picked up the UCS Trust, Players’ Player and the main Player of the Year award.

Manager Kieran McAnespie said: “We wouldn’t allow a pathway into the first team if the players that were being produced from the academy weren’t of the standard that they are.

“I want to say a big thank you to all the supporters and the committee, the support me and my staff have had make our jobs a lot easier.

“And last but not least, thanks to all the boys this year. It’s been up and down particularly this season, but we got over the line and managed to stay in the league.

“Their understanding and patience in how we’re trying to improve as a team is testament to them as players and as guys.

“Hopefully we can finish higher up the league next season and go for a wee Scottish Cup triumph.”

Jamie Darroch received the Bankie Babes Award and Matt McLean picked up the Bobby Wood Award for the best newcomer or U23 to the club.

Meanwhile, fellow academy graduate Ross Alexander picked up the U19s Coaches Player of the Year, with Robbie Donaldson being voted the U19 Players’ Player of the Year. U19s co-boss Scott Carson said: “We’ve now got ten age groups from 2011s all the way up to the U19s.

“We had three boys from the 17s get on the bench with the first team and we’ve lost Matthew McLean permanently to Kieran’s team and young Ross Alexander is heading in the same direction.

“We have six or seven boys who have been regularly called up to training and for the bench, so I can only thank the gaffer for this pathway.”