Chester FC striker Ross Hannah celebrated his second hat-trick of the season as he scooped three awards at the club's annual awards evening.
A close season arrival from Grimsby Town, the 29-year-old has had a prolific campaign despite the Blues spending most of the season at the wrong end of the National League.
Sheffield-born Hannah has bagged 21 goals in 40 league games - including a hat-trick against Torquay United - and netted another three in the FA Trophy.
Chester's awards night took place at the Mollington Banastre Hotel on Parkgate Road following Saturday's 4-0 win against Welling United, a result which leaves the club on the verge of safety.
Although Hannah missed that game with a pulled hamstring, his contribution was recognised as he was named player of the season, away travel player of the season and took the golden boot award as leading scorer.
England C defender Ben Heneghan, who has been linked with a summer move into the Football League , won the players' player of the season award.
James Alabi picked up the goal of the season prize for his stunning effort in the 2-2 draw at Kidderminster Harriers .
The youth player of the season award was presented to full-back Matty Waters, who has enjoyed an excellent season for Calum McIntyre's side and made his first-team debut in the Cheshire Senior Cup as well as making the bench for the league game against Barrow.
Lucy Evans was named as the women's player of the season and Phoebe Graham collected the golden boot award.
Conor Shaw, who is a volunteer in the club's media team, was presented with the clubman of the year award.
Although host Colin Murray failed to turn up due to a scheduling conflict, the evening proved a big success with an an auction raising more than £4,000 for the fan-owned Blues.