NATHAN HAISLEY scooped two gongs at the Cirencester Town FC Presentation Dinner on Friday night and then appeared to commit his future to the newly-relegated club.

In his acceptance speech after claiming both the Supporters' Player of the Year and Boardroom Player of the Year awards, tough-tackling midfielder Haisley said: "I love this club to bits. Adi? Oggy? Next year, yeah?"

Haisley, who commutes from his home in London to play for Town, has this week also become a father for the first time, to daughter Anya.

Matt Bulman was voted Players' Player by his peers and Steve Robertson picked up the Managers' Award.

"We went to watch a pre-season game between Weston and Tetbury because we were told that five Weston players could play for our first team," said manager Adi Viveash.

"But we came away having signed Tetbury's Steve Robertson and he has proved our top scorer this season."

Cirencester Town FC Awards.

First Team - Supporters' Player of the Year: Nathan Haisley.

Players' Player: Matt Bulman.

Managers' Player of the Year: Steve Robertson.

Boardroom Player of the Year: Nathan Haisley.

Academy Awards - Goal of the season: Lee Moulton.

Top goalscorer (jointly with 23) Max Etheridge and Ross Crichton.

U17s Most Improved Player: Ashley Taylor.

U17s Players' Player: James Guthrie.

U17s Player of the Year: Max Etheridge.

U18s Most Improved Player: Dan Thompson.

U18s Players' Player: Rob Dean.

U18s Player of the Year: Sean Bailey.

Ladies' Awards - Most Improved Player: Ruth Senior.

Players' Player: Philippa Dunn.

Player of the Year: Caroline 'Kas' Dowdeswell.

Clubman of the Year: Kathie Chambers.