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VB Awards - Young Player of the Season

VB Awards - Young Player of the Season

Here at Vital Blackburn we've been voting on numerous awards to cap what has been a fairly disastrous season for the blue and white halves of Rovers.

The votes were cast through the course of last week and winners were decided on a majority basis.

The award we next voted for was the VB Rovers Young Player of the Season and in a rare bright spot for our lads this is a category that saw a few options available to choose from.

With the Youth Academy lads barging their way to another cup final and winning a title there were some votes for the likes of Raheem Hanley and with Grant Hanley AND Adam Henley forcing their way into the first team they also attracted a fair bit of interest.

But the winner with over half the votes was... Jason Lowe.

Jason enjoyed a breakout season in the first team this year after a few isolated games the season before.

Initially deployed as a central midfielder he found a second adopted home in the right back spot playing the majority of games there in the absence of Michel Salgado.

A bundle of energy, effort and passion. Hard to argue with this.

Well done Mr Lowe.

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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Friday May 25 2012
Time: 6:36PM

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Nice work from Jason and a good chance he'll be about for next season as well :)
Mikey Delap
25/05/2012 18:38:00
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It was either going to be Lowey or Henley. Would have been unfair to award it to Henley on the basis of one astoning performance against Manu though.
Tombo1984
25/05/2012 19:27:00
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