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David Morgan has been voted the Trust in Yellow Player of the Month for February.
Morgan has been a key figure in Southport’s recent upturn in form, playing a central part in a month that saw the Sandgrounders collect maximum points from three games played.
The Belfast-born 23-year-old, who signed from Harrogate Town in September, has impressed in setting the tempo for the team’s performances from the middle of the pitch, also claiming a goal in the win at North Ferriby United.
Morgan was the winner of a closely-run supporters’ vote and was presented with his award by young supporter Cameron Hayes ahead of Saturday's win over Tamworth.
It's time to vote for your Player of the Month for February, and what an excellent month it was! A 100% win record and some excellent performances and goals makes this vote potentially very difficult!
You can vote by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org, on our facebook page or on our twitter feed. Get your votes in by Thursday 10pm.
The award will be presented before Saturday's home game against Tamworth, and as always we are looking for another junior supporter to present the award.
Please contact us if you would like to get involved.
Ahead of Southport’s match against Curzon Ashton on Saturday, Jack Sampson was presented with the Trust in Yellow Player of the Month for January.
Sampson scored four goals in five games during a month that saw the Sandgrounders turn their form around by registering three wins.
The striker scored twice in the win over Stockport County and has become an increasingly important part of a team in which he is the only player not signed by manager Kevin Davies to still feature regularly.
He came out on top in the supporters’ poll and was presented with his award before kick-off by young fan Jack Pearce.