Date:Saturday May 21 2011
First year Swindon Town scholar Miles Storey has won the Vital Swindon Young Player of the Year Award.
An accolade that probably wouldn't have gone Storey's way had Paul Hart not left and youth team manager Paul Bodin replace him as caretaker boss for the last two games of the season.
It was Bodin that gave Storey his big chance after impressing while Town's youth side went on to win it's league for the third season running.
Storey featured as a substitute in both the loss to Oldham Athletic and the win at Tranmere Rovers.
The 17 year old arrived last summer after spells within the youth systems at Wolverhampton Wanderers and Coventry City.
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Vital Swindon Young Player of the Year
58% Miles Storey
29% Matt Ritchie
08% Billy Bodin
03% Charlie Austin
02% Nathan Thompson
VITAL SWINDON AWARDS
Loan Player of the Season
2009/10: Simon Ferry
2010/11: Matt Ritchie
Best Team Performance
2009/10: Leeds United 0-3 Swindon Town
2010/11: Charlton Athletic 2-4 Swindon Town
2009/10: Lecsinel Jean-Francois
2010/11: Simon Ferry
Young Player of the Season
2009/10: Charlie Austin
2010/11: Miles Storey
Most Improved Player of the Season
2009/10: Jon-Paul McGovern
Player of the Season
2009/10: Jonathan Douglas
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