Cameron Brannagan and Elliott Moore big winners at end of season awards

Oxford United duo Cameron Brannagan and Elliott Moore <i>(Image: Mike Allen)</i>
Oxford United duo Cameron Brannagan and Elliott Moore (Image: Mike Allen)

CAMERON Brannagan and Elliott Moore were the big winners at Oxford United’s end of season awards evening.

Midfield ace Brannagan has enjoyed another stellar campaign with the U’s, notching 11 goals and 10 assists in 47 appearances across all competitions.

The 27-year-old scooped both the men’s supporters’ player of the year, and the community player of the year.

United skipper Moore collected the men’s players’ player of the year, after a fine season at the heart of the team’s defence, making 42 appearances across all competitions.

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Tyler Goodrham was handed the young player of the year award, having built further on his breakthrough season during the previous campaign.

This season, the 20-year-old has grabbed 10 goals and five assists across 47 appearances in all competitions.

Oisin Smyth’s stunning long-range strike at Charlton Athletic on New Year’s Day, scored with five minutes remaining on the clock, and to win the game 2-1 for the U’s, was voted the men’s goal of the season on the night.

Zoe Barratt, who has netted 24 goals this season, won the women’s supporters’ player of the year, while Kate Wiseman, who joined the club in August, collected the women’s players’ player of the year.