Philip Billing capped an outstanding breakthrough season by clinching a double at the Huddersfield Town Annual Awards.

The midfielder, who made his first senior start last November, has made 13 appearances for the first team and his contribution was recognised by his teammates, who voted him Players’ Young Player of the Year.

And it was no surprise to see him pick up the Goal of the Season gong for his stunning strike at Nottingham Forest – his first professional goal.

That award was decided by the guests on the night, and the popular young Dane was serenaded with “He’s One of our Own” as he went up to collect his trophy.

After a remarkable campaign, it was no surprise to see Nahki Wells walk away with a hat trick of trophies , collecting the Golden Boot, Players’ Player of the Year and the Hargeaves Memorial Player of the Year.

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But in a season when a host of attacking players have shone on the field, Joe Lolley’s contribution was also singled out, with the 23-year-old picking up the President’s Prize for his entertaining displays in a Town shirt.

Sent out on loan to Scunthorpe earlier this season, the Birmingham-born forward paid tribute to David Wagner for believing in his abilities.

He said: “Thankfully David Wagner has given me my opportunity. I hope I’ve repaid him over the year.”

Joel Lynch was deservedly lauded for his contribution to the Huddersfield Town Foundation and was named Community Player of the Year.

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The defender contributes both time and money to the cause, which helps provide a nutricious breakfast to thousands of children in the local area.

North Stand Loyal were also surprised on the evening with a special award for Contribution to the Club.

Their efforts in improving the atmosphere at home games have been extremely successful in providing extra noise and colour in the South Stand, and they have pledged to have an even bigger year next season with attendances and excitement boosted by the Wagner Revolution.

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One of the most well-received awards of the evening was the dreaded Worst Dressed gong, and the audience was delighted as the players appeared on the big screen to give their nominations.

Australian left back Jason Davidson was the unlucky recipient – his decision to wear Ugg boots in for training receiving the thumbs down from his colleagues.

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Other winners included Dean Whitehead, voted the Media Player of the Year, Harry Bunn for Most Assists and Academy Player of the Year Lewis O’Brien.