Bartosz Bialkowski named Ipswich Town ‘Supporters’ Club Player of the Year’ once again

Town manager Mick McCarthy and his assistant Terry Connor have a big job on their hands to turn the

Town manager Mick McCarthy and his assistant Terry Connor have a big job on their hands to turn the Blues around - Credit: Picture: Steve Waller

Ipswich Town keeper Bartosz Bialkowski was named the ‘Supporters’ Club Player of the Year’ for the second season running last night.

The Polish custodian, 29, fought off competition from Leicester City loanee forward Tom Lawrence, who finished second.

He follows in the footsteps of club legends John Wark, Kevin Beattie and Terry Butcher in winning the award two years in a row.

Bialkowski also picked up the ‘Junior Blues Player of the Year’ and the ‘Platinum Supporters Award’, while midfielder Tristan Nydam was named the ‘Academy Player of the Year’.

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