Lee Camp wins the Player of the Year award...
Rotherham United goalkeeper Lee Camp has scooped the 2015/16 Player of the Year award at a gala awards night at the AESSEAL New York Stadium on Saturday night.
The former Nottingham Forest and Derby County stopper beat off strong competition from the likes of Lee Frecklington and Kirk Broadfoot to land the coveted prize, at the awards ceremony sponsored by Purpose Media.
The 31-year-old has made 41 appearances for the Millers in all competitions so far this season, and has played a major role in the club’s recent revival following the appointment of Neil Warnock.
Camp recently described the Millers’ run to Championship safety as the biggest achievement of the career, as he excelled in a number of crucial games throughout the season.
It was a double celebration for the Northern Ireland international as he also picked up the Players’ Player award for the 2015/16 campaign.
The award, which is voted for by the players of Rotherham United, saw Camp win with Broadfoot coming second and Frecklington and Joe Mattock sharing third spot.