Parr named Eagles' player of the year

Player of the year: Jonathan Parr, centre, with his trophy and Dougie Freedman, left, and Gareth Limpenny, of sponsors Jelly Communications, right

Fan of the year: Andrew Carey, centre, picks up his prize from Palace captain Paddy McCarthy, left, and Croydon Guardian's managing director Gary Kendall

Vice presidents' young player of the year: Jonathan Williams with

Goal of the season: Darren Ambrose gets presented with his award by Lennie Lawrence

First published in Crystal Palace FC by , Sports Reporter

Jonathan Parr was crowned Crystal Palace’s player of the year at Saturday’s awards night.

The Norwegian edged fellow defender Anthony Gardner in a tight vote to take the prize which was won by Nathaniel Clyne last year.

Wilfried Zaha, also nominated for player of the year, won the young player of the year for a second year in a row, while Parr and Jonathan Williams, who signed a new five-year deal last week, picked up the vice presidents’ player and young player of the year awards.

Darren Ambrose’s goal against Manchester United was named goal of the season while there was a special presentation for goalkeeper Julian Speroni after he made his 250th appearance for the club this season.

Palace fan Andrew Carey picked up the Eagles’ supporter of the year award.

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