Will Vaulks was named the 2017-18 Rotherham United Player of the Year after collecting his coveted prize at the Millers’ End of Season awards night.
Vaulks beat off competition from David Ball and Joe Mattock to scoop the prize, sponsored by KCM Waste Managment, whilst he also picked up several other accolades following a terrific campaign.
The former Falkirk midfielder pipped Joe Newell and Joe Mattock to the Players’ Player prize, which was sponsored by Heineken.
Vaulks, an ambassador and volunteer at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, was also named the club’s Community Player of the Year for his work with the Community Sports Trust and beyond.
Elsewhere, Josh Emmanuel won the Young Player of the Year, sponsored by Pinders in support of Rotherham Hospice, and Richie Towell’s goal against Northampton was chosen as the Goal of the Season, sponsored by Cascade Drainage.