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NEWS: Dom Hyam wins Player of the Season prize at End of Season Awards - see all winners here

5 May 2019

Dom Hyam has been named the Player of the Season at the End of Season Awards tonight.

The popular defender made 41 appearances for the Sky Blues this season, and the 23-year-old's impressive performances at the heart of the defence earned the votes to secure this year's prize at the lavish ceremony held at the Ricoh Arena.

Hyam is the first defender to win the Award since 2012, when Richard Keogh was the recipient, and Hyam also won the Players' Player of the Season prize from his playing colleagues.

Meanwhile, Hyam also secured the Leamington and Warwick Supporters Club prize too.

Jordy Hiwula's solo effort against Fleetwood Town earned him the Goal of the Season prize, as voted by Sky Blues supporters.

Hiwula also won the award for Top Goalscorer, having netted 13 times in all competitions during his first season with Coventry City.

The Young Player of the Season Award went to Bright Enobakhare, the loanee having made an instant impact since he joined the Sky Blues on loan from Wolves in January.

Development Player of the Season, for our Under 23s squad, went to Sam McCallum. Sam has excelled in the Under 23s and made eight first team appearances in his first season with the Club.

Luke Thomas and Jordy Hiwula shared the Junior Sky Blues Player of the Season Award, both having got the highest number of votes from our young fans, while Thomas also received the Family Zone award too.

Jack Grimmer won the Community Player of the Season Award, in recognition of his dedication in his community work both with the Club and with Sky Blues in the Community.

David Busst was this year’s recipient of the Michelle Ridley Award, named in memory of our much missed colleague, and recognising outstanding service of a club employee. Busst has been at the Club since 1992, first as a player and then since 1998 playing a huge role in the success of Sky Blues in the Community in Coventry and Warwickshire. 

Finally, Steve Ogrizovic received a Lifetime Achievement Award as he retires at the end of this season after an incredible 35 years at Coventry City. The Sky Blues' record appearance holder was given a standing ovation by everyone in the room, as his dedication and service to the Club was recognised. 

We would like to thank the Ricoh Arena for hosting, and all of the sponsors of the End of Season Awards:

Moseley Neon Signs
Genesis Employment 
Richard Overson
Shortland Horne
Andrew Whiting Wealth Consultancy LLP
Archer Bassett


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