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VITAL POTM: Billy Paynter

Prolific goalscorer Billy Paynter has won Vital Swindon's sixth player of the month award of the season.

Paynter was the clear winner with 31% of the vote with on loan youngster Danny Ward finishing second and last months winner Jonathan Douglas finishing third.

Vital Swindon Player of the Month (20/01/09-19/02/10)

31% Billy Paynter
17% Danny Ward
11% Jonathan Douglas
10% Kevin Amankwaah
08% Charlie Austin, Simon Ferry.
05% Gordon Greer
02% Scott Cuthbert, Lescinel Jean-Francois, David Lucas, Jon-Paul McGovern, Phil Smith.


Vital STFC Player of the Month 1
08/08/09-12/09/09


1st: Gordon Greer
2nd: Jonathan Douglas
3rd: Jon-Paul McGovern

Vital STFC Player of the Month 2
13/09/09-13/10/09


1st: Scott Cuthbert
2nd: Kevin Amankwaah
3rd: Jon-Paul McGovern

Vital STFC Player of the Month 3
13/10/09-20/11/09


1st: Scott Cuthbert
2nd: Simon Ferry
3rd: Billy Paynter

Vital STFC Player of the Month 4
19/11/09-19/12/09


1st: Charlie Austin
2nd: Simon Ferry
3rd: Kevin Amankwaah

Vital STFC Player of the Month 5
17/12/09-20/01/10


1st: Jonathan Douglas
2nd: Jon-Paul McGovern
3rd: Kevin Amankwaah

Vital STFC Player of the Month 6
20/01/10-19/02/10


1st: Billy Paynter
2nd: Danny Ward
3rd: Jonathan Douglas

Vital STFC Player of the Month 7
19/02/10-17/03/10


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Vital STFC Player of the Month 8
17/03/10-12/04/10

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Vital STFC Player of the Month 9
12/04/10-08/05/10


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Fixtures within the months allocated are subject to change

Vital STFC Most Improved Player:

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Vital STFC Young Player of the Year

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Vital STFC Player of the Season

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Date:Saturday February 20 2010

Time: 7:57PM

 

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