TIGHTHEAD prop Joe White has been named Luctonians player of the season.

The 20-year-old played in 30 of Lucs' National League 2 North games and played a key role in ensuring the Kingsland side maintained their league status.

Frank Kelly was also recognised for being the most improved player following an impressive stint as outside centre, while Will Hodnett was top try scorer.

In the senior reserve sides, Dale Gammage was named Foxhounds player of the season, while Harry Whiteman picked up the 2nd XV most improved player prize and Conor Geraghty the Tim Dines Memorial 2nd XV Player of the Season Award,

For the Colts, Connor Deignan scooped both the players' player and the player of the season gongs, while Joe Whitehead picked up the contribution of the year prize.

James Rutherhand was the most improved player.

The clubman of the year award went jointly to Dan Smith and Emma Hamby, who are leaving the club to live in New Zealand.

Smith and Joe Doyle also received leaving presentations to say thanks for the contributions to the club.

Doyle has since been a named backs coach at Ludlow, a club he served at prior to returning to Luctonians.