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Sittingbourne manager Ryan Maxwell pays tribute to award winners Matt Warren and Donvieve Jones

Boss Ryan Maxwell paid tribute to Sittingbourne’s award winners following the club’s presentation evening.

Midfielder Matt Warren was named both manager’s player and players’ player-of-the-year, while defender Donvieve Jones picked up the supporters’ award and the golden boot after scoring 12 goals.

The evening went ahead as planned at Woodstock on Saturday despite the postponement of the final home game of the season against Burgess Hill due to a waterlogged pitch.

Bourne won the rearranged fixture 4-0 last night thanks to goals from Correy Davidson, Chaynie Burgin, Dwade James and Mitchell May, extending their unbeaten run to 12 games.

They end the Isthmian South East campaign at Lancing on Saturday (3pm), looking for a top-10 finish.

Warren was made captain by former boss Nick Davis before Christmas but lost the armband after Maxwell came in and signed Joe Ellul from Maidstone.

However, he’s still been a major influence in Bourne’s flying finish to the season and richly deserves his double award.

“He’s been our most consistent player and our most consistent trainer,” said Maxwell.

“He wins the ball, he keeps the ball, he moves the ball, he covers every blade of grass - he’s effective in everything he does.

“Players like that are key in any team. They don’t always get the credit they deserve but Matt has been head and shoulders out most consistent player.

“It raised a few eyebrows when I took the captaincy off him.

“I didn’t want to take it off him, I just wanted him to play his own game and be the best he could be because that in itself would inspire those around him anyway.

“I made Joe captain because he’s a well-known player in Kent and I felt when it came to speaking to referees, it might be a bit better coming