By James Grayson (Twitter: @jamesAgrayson)
Adam Priestley was the big winner at last night’s presentation night after scooping all of the top three awards.
Priestley went home with the top goalscorer, manager’s player of the season and the prestigious players’ player of the year trophies following a campaign that saw him score 27 times for the club.
Priestley joined Farsley from Garforth Town last summer.
Long-serving volunteer Don Holmes was also recognised for his contribution to the club when chairman John Palmer announced that he had been made a vice-president.
Alongside being presented with a cheque of £2000 from Supporters' Club chairman Ian Holmes, Palmer also confirmed that Neil Parsley will continue as the club’s manager next season.
Parsley, himself, spoke of the disappointment of the club’s 14th place finish in the Evo Stik Division One North, but praised the young players that broke into the first team.