Ebanks-Blake scoops League honour

29 March 2009 10:03
Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has been named Championship player of the year at the fourth Football League Awards in London.The 23-year-old beat Reading's Kevin Doyle and his Wolves team-mate Michael Kightly to the top prize. [LNB]He also won the goal of the season award for his winner against Charlton earlier this month. [LNB]Leicester's Matt Fryatt and Grant Holt of Shrewsbury won the League One and Two player awards. [LNB]Leeds midfielder Fabian Delph, 19, who missed out to Fryatt, gained some consolation when he was named as young player of the year. [LNB]Former Fulham star and broadcaster Jimmy Hill was also recognised for his achievements by taking an award for his contribution to league football. [LNB]Ebanks-Blake has scored 24 league goals in 39 games this season, a tally that has helped to propel Championship leaders Wolves towards promotion to the Premier League. [LNB]The full list of winners:[LNB]Championship Player of the Year- Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolves) [LNB]League One Player of the Year - Matt Fryatt (Leicester) [LNB]League Two Player of the Year - Grant Holt (Shrewsbury Town) [LNB]Young Player of the Year - Fabian Delph (Leeds United) [LNB]Championship Apprentice Award - Sean Scannell (Crystal Palace) [LNB]League One Apprentice Award - Tom Aldred (Carlisle United) [LNB]League Two Apprentice Award - Matthew Phillips (Wycombe Wanderers) [LNB]Goal of the Year - Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolves v Charlton) [LNB]Championship Community Club of the Year - Charlton [LNB]League One Community Club of the Year - Leyton Orient [LNB]League Two Community Club of the Year - Brentford [LNB]PFA Player in the Community - Graeme Murty (Reading) [LNB]Fan of the Year - Warner Duff (Ipswich) [LNB]Best Fan Marketing Campaign - Preston [LNB]Best Matchday Programme - Burnley [LNB]Best Digital Communication - MK Dons [LNB]Championship Family Club of the Year - Wolves [LNB]League One Family Club of the Year - Southend United [LNB]League Two Family Club of the Year - Shrewsbury Town [LNB]Outstanding Contribution to League Football - Jimmy Hill

Source: BBC_Sport