Defender Chris Smith has been chosen as Clyde’s Player of the Year for this season.
The 27-year-old was announced as the winner at the club’s awards evening at Rutherglen Town Hall.
Because he couldn’t be at the event due to previously arranged travel plans, he received his trophy earlier in the day and recorded a message of thanks which was played to all who attended.
of those in attendance.
After being released by Rangers as a teenager Smith played for Morton, Dumbarton, Ayr United, Falkirk and Stirling Albion before signing for Clyde last year.
He has been an ever-present and consistent performer for the Bully Wee this season and score the winner against Arbroath at Gayfield in September.
Other winners at the awards night were -
Player of the Year - Chris Smith; Goal of the Season - JP McGovern; Castlemilk Branch Player of the Year - Scott Linton; Executive Club Player of the Year - Scott Linton; Youth & Community Award - Tony Ventre.
Community Foundation Award - Barry Ferguson; Supporter Recognition Award - Tom McCorkindale; Supporters Team Player of the Year - Scott Stafford; Hall of Fame Induction - Tommy Ring; Hall of Fame Induction - Keith Knox.