Kings Langley held their annual awards evening this week, where they looked back on an ultimately successful season in the Southern League Premier Division after escaping relegation on the final day.

Goalkeeper Xavier Leon was named Players’ Player of the Year, having made 39 appearances in league and cup for Kings during the campaign in his second season with the club after joining from Hemel Hempstead.

Elsewhere, teenager Jerry Amoo, in his first season with the club, was given the Supporters’ Player award, having only made his debut in November, after again joining from Hemel, and previously representing West Ham at youth level.

Lewis Toomey, who the club held on to against the odds throughout the season, was named the club’s top goalscorer, while manager Paul Hobbs gave his own award to Jorell Johnson.

The latter, a former Watford academy graduate, signed a new deal to stay at Gaywood Park last week with his boss also committed to another season in Hertfordshire after keeping the club in the division.