Awards Evening Tickets on Sale as Player of the Year Voting Opens
Tuesday, 16th Apr 2013 16:34
Tickets are still available for this year’s Supporters Club Player Awards Evening, which will be held in Legends Bar on Saturday 27th April from 6.30pm to 12am. The first team squad, management and new joint-MDs Ian Milne and Jonathan Symonds will be attending and the Player of the Year award – for which voting has now opened - and a host of other trophies will be handed out.
The event provides a great opportunity to have photographs taken with the players and coaching staff and to collect autographs.
Presentations will be made during the evening to all the players who have made their debut during the season, the Academy Player of the Year and the Supporters Player of the Year, along with a special presentation to the Young Fan of the Year.
Tickets cost £20 including a buffet and can be obtained from Liz Edwards by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 07968 876504.
Alternatively, write to Irene Davey at 10 Lambeth Close, Ipswich, IP1 4DX (please enclose a cheque made payable to Ipswich Town Football Club Supporters Account and a SAE).
Voting for the Player of the Year award has opened online at the Supporters Club website here. This will continue until Friday 26th April.
Voting will also take place outside Portman Road prior to the home game against Birmingham City on Saturday 27th April.
As in previous years the Supporters Club is looking for helpers to collect votes around the ground. If you would like to assist in the voting please contact Elizabeth Edwards at the email address and phone number above.
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