Over the weekend Whitehaven Rugby League celebrated what has been an amazing season with a Presentation Night.

On Friday fans and players gathered at JJ McKeown Bar to see the top players of the season receive their awards.

The event was well received by all and it was a good opportunity to reflect on player's successes over the past months.

Andrew Canavan, a spokesperson from the club, said: "The night went well and I think the right people won the award.

"Everyone enjoyed the night and lots of the players turned up."

The stand out player of the night was Tom Wilkinson who secured five awards including Player of the Year Away Supporters Player of the Year.

Tom seemed delighted with his performance and assured the crowd that he will be staying at the club next season.

Mr Canavan explained that Tom has played very well and his award were decided with statistics found by the club's Vice Presidents.

He has done well with tackles in games and managed to run lots of yards.

Fans have noticed his outstanding performance and Mr Canavan has described him as an 'unsung hero' and said that it was good that he's got the recognition he deserves.

Fan favourite Jessy Joe Parker didn't receive an award but was thanked for his service over the years.

Players and staff got on stage got on stage to take photos with him cementing his legacy as a club legend.

Lachlan Walmsley got the Bill Mcalone Award which is decided on by fans votes.

People are able to vote on the Whitehaven RL Vice President's social media sites and Lachlan received the highest amount of votes.

Mr Canavan explained that it was not secret that he's had a great season and that it has shown by who the fans have voted for.

Lachlan was also awarded the Try of the Year but he was unable to attend the event in person.

The club also showed their appreciation for a fan who helped to save a steward's life during a recent match.

Charlotte Ennis was commended for her actions with helping the man who had suffered a hearty attack.