AFC Fylde striker Danny Rowe has been voted Player of the Year for the Vanarama National League North, whilst fellow frontman Dave Tarpey has picked up the award for the South division.
The pair have broken the goalscoring records for their respective leagues this season, with a combined total of 89 league goals between them.
Votes were cast in mid-April from each North and South club, with both claiming the prize in convincing style.
Coasters striker Rowe scored twice last week at Boston United, bringing his total to 49 in all competitions, as Fylde were confirmed as champions of the National League North with a game to spare.
The striker will be presented with the Player of the Year trophy ahead of tomorrow’s final home match against Worcester City.
In the National League South, Tarpey’s goals have taken Maidenhead to within touching distance of the title. Victory over Margate would guarantee a place in the fifth-tier for the Magpies next season. The 28-year-old frontman has been in excellent form during the crucial final months of the campaign, scoring eleven goals in the last ten games.