JAMIE Devitt and Clint Hill were the big winners at Carlisle United's end of season awards dinner.

Midfielder Devitt took home five player of the year trophies, while veteran defender Hill scooped two, to go alongside his News & Star readers’ player of the year award.

Devitt was voted players' player of the year by the United squad ahead of Hill and Jack Bonham, who were tied in second place.

The Irish schemer was also named Carlisle United Official Supporters’ Club player of the season, the London Branch supporters’ player of the season and the Peter Jackson, The Jewellers, player of the season for his man-of-the-match performances at home.

He also shared the Away Travel supporters' player of the season award with Hill.

Hill, meanwhile, edged the season ticket holders' vote ahead of Devitt and Gary Liddle.

At youth team level, Kieron Olsen was named player of the season and Dean Watson players' player.

United Ladies' player of the season was Gilliam McGimpsey for the second successive year, while the London Branch gave their "champagne moment" to groundsman David Mitchell and his team in recognition for the huge snow-clearing effort ahead of the Grimsby game in March.

Before Saturday's game, United's community sports trust manager John Halpin received the Linda Nawrocki award - an accolade in memory of a long-standing supporter - which is given to someone who is judged to have contributed to the overall progress of Carlisle United.