Ben Reeves was the big winner at the Player of the Year Awards on Tuesday evening, while Dean Lewington was named MK Dons’ Player of the Decade.
Reeves collected the Player of the Year, Players’ Player of the Year and MKDSA Player of the Year awards at tonight’s ceremony, as well as walking away with the Goal of the Season for his stunning strike against Stevenage.
Meanwhile, the award for Lewington capped off a memorable few days for the Dons ‘skipper, who made his 500th appearance for the Club in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Rotherham United.
Dons’ starlets Dele Alli and Brendan Galloway also collected honours for Young Player of the Year and Academy Player of the Year respectively, while goalkeeper David Martin was named Community Ambassador of the Year.
Former right-back Jon Otsemobor, who was unable to attend the ceremony due to footballing commitments, claimed the Goal of the Decade title for his ‘Heel of God’ against AFC Wimbledon last season.
The other winners on the night were Ross Pike, named MKDSA Disability Player of the Year, and Claire Hollingsworth, who took home the Ladies Player of the Year award for her performances this season.
The full list of award winners is as follows:
Community Ambassador – David Martin
MKDSA Disability Player – Ross Pike
MKDSA Player of the Year – Ben Reeves
Ladies Player of the Year – Claire Hollingsworth
Academy Player of the Year – Brendan Galloway
Goal of the Season – Ben Reeves against Stevenage
Goal of the Decade – Jon Otsemobor against AFC Wimbledon in 2012/13
Players’ Player of the Year – Ben Reeves
Young Player of the Year – Dele Alli
Player of the Year – Ben Reeves
Player of the Decade – Dean Lewington
A full picture gallery along with exclusive post-award interviews will be available on mkdons.com on Wednesday.