OLLIE Hulbert won player of the year and players' player of the year at the glitz and glam of Barry Town's end of season award ceremony.

See who was also celebrated in the report below.

Report by Ian Johnson

Barry Town United enjoyed their end of season award ceremony at Jenner Park last week, featuring both the men’s adult and development squads.

Striker Ollie Hulbert walked away from the night with three awards – winning both the Management Team Player of the Year and Players’ Player of the Year, and also top goal-scorer for the 2023-24 season.

Hulbert scored eleven league goals in his first season at the club and one in the Welsh Cup, making a total of 33 appearances for Barry during 2023-24.

Both the club’s Goal of the Season and the Edgar’s Gift Champagne Moment of the Year were awarded to striker Kayne McLaggon for his 96th minute equaliser away at The New Saints, the 2-2 draw with Barry being the only points dropped at home through the season by the league champions.

Barry And District News: Hulbert had a massive impact on his first season at the clubHulbert had a massive impact on his first season at the club (Image: Perry Dobbins Photography)

Barry And District News: Kayne McLaggon: Goal of the seasonKayne McLaggon: Goal of the season (Image: Perry Dobbins Photography)

Barry’s number two, Mikey George, was awarded the Supporters’ Player of the Year for his consistency playing on the right of defence, appearing in 30 of the club’s 32 league games this season, as well as scoring the opener in Barry’s 6-0 Welsh Cup win over Porthcawl Town back in October.

For the Development side, who this season became the first Barry club to reach the FAW Youth Cup since the 1940s, the Management Team Player of the Year was goalkeeper, Harley Tucker, who twice pulled off vital saves in penalty kicks to see the team through to the final.

Drew Perrett was the Development Team Players’ Player of the Year, while Joe Rees was the top goalscorer, scoring 16 league goals and three in the Youth Cup run, including the final.

Kaiden Jeremy and Callum Huggins were the Most Developed Players of the Year, with Huggins twice scoring for the first team this season.

Jac Thomas was the Young Player of the Year, while the club sends its best wishes to Finn Roberts, who leaves Barry on a four-year scholarship to the United States next season.

Congratulations, all!