Guernsey FC goalkeeper Chris Tardif and striker Ross Allen have shared the club's end-of-season awards.
The pair were jointly named Coach's Player of the Year, with former Portsmouth, Bournemouth and Oxford United goalkeeper Tardif winning Player's Player of the Year.
Allen, who hit 54 goals last season and won the Supporters' award.
Matt Loaring, 23, was named Young Player of the Year.
"This is the first year that I've been tested," Tardif told BBC Radio Guernsey.
"The last two seasons we'd been winning six, seven eight-nil and I'd touch the ball three or four times.
"There were a handful of games each season that I had to perform, but his year I've had to perform to keep us either in the game or to win the game.
"This is normal football and this is what I really enjoy and that's what's driven me on to play again next season."