Regan Poole took the main prizes at City’s End Of Season Awards, being named Players’ Player of the Year and Player of the Year.
The Welshman’s haul of trophies capped a memorable season on a personal level where he made 50 appearances and cemented himself as one of the first names on the teamsheet.
The two trophies were presented at the glittering End of Season Awards night held at the Engine Shed at the University of Lincoln.
Regan said: “I’ve been happy with my own performances and these awards mean so much to me - they’re the first individual awards of my senior career.
“I feel I’ve developed so much over the season and to win these awards is a real achievement. I’ve played in quite a few positions and learnt a lot throughout the season.
“My personal highlight has to be the last-minute winner against Charlton, it was my first goal for the club, the stadium absolutely erupted and it is a moment which will stay with me forever.”
Ted Bishop collected the coveted Goal of the Season prize for the first of his two strikes at Cheltenham Town in December, coming out top of a vote of those attending on the evening.
He said: “There were some good goals on the shortlist so It was great to be recognised by everyone at the event.
“I’ve played in a lot of different positions so year and I’ve learnt a lot as the season has progressed, I’ve played a lot of games and hopefully I can stay injury free and kick on next year.”
Freddie Draper was chosen as the Imps’ Academy Player of the Year, with Peter Grant honoured with the Special Achievement award in recognition of his decades’ worth of service to the club as a volunteer.
Lincoln City Women were also celebrated at the event, with Jess Rousseau named as their Player of The Year and Lauryn Wilcock picking up the Players’ Player of the Year award.
Leah Hardy collected the trophy for their top scorer, with Anthony Scully finishing top of the scoring charts for the men’s team.