- Grant Hall named Supporters' Player of the Year
- Tjaronn Chery wins awards double
- Alan Barnes scoops Supporter of the Year award
QPR duo Grant Hall and Tjaronn Chery have capped fine maiden seasons at Loftus Road by featuring prominently in the club's end of season awards.
Defender Hall, who arrived from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer, has been named Supporters' Player of the Year by R's fans, in a season in which he's made 41 appearances to date, scoring one goal.
Chery, meanwhile, has scooped two awards, winning the Ray Jones Players’ Player of the Year and Junior Hoops’ Player of the Year gongs.
The Dutchman, another summer arrival from FC Groningen, has enjoyed a strong campaign in W12, with 10 goals to his name in the Championship so far.
The Daphne Biggs Supporters’ Young Player of the Year award goes to Darnell Furlong for the second season in a row.
The young right-back has spent two successful loan spells away from Loftus Road this season, featuring 11 times for League Two champions Northampton Town in the first half of the campaign, before joining Cambridge United, for whom he's made 20 appearances to date.
Junior Hoilett is the recipient of the Kiyan Prince Goal of the Season award.
The Canadian's sublime individual effort against Brentford in our 3-0 victory over the Bees in March received over 50 per-cent of the votes from the six-goal shortlist.
Finally, Alan Barnes has been voted Supporter of the Year by his fellow fans.
Alan, a lifelong QPR fan who travels home and away to follow the club, was injured whilst travelling to our fixture against Nottingham Forest earlier this season, but is now on the road to recovery - and already back supporting QPR, of course!
The awards will be presented prior to our final fixture of the season against Bristol City on Saturday.
Awards in full:
Supporters’ Player of the Year - Grant Hall
Ray Jones Players’ Player of the Year - Tjaronn Chery
Daphne Biggs Supporters’ Young Player of the Year - Darnell Furlong
Kiyan Prince Goal of the Season - Junior Hoilett (v Brentford)
Supporter of the Year - Alan Barnes
Junior Hoops’ Player of the Year - Tjaronn Chery
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