Chris Pilgrim paid tribute to the club’s loyal band of supporters after being named as their choice as the Supporters Player of the Year and winning the prestigious Colin Cramphorn Memorial Trophy.

Pilgrim only missed three games all season in the Greene King IPA Championship and won the public vote on the club's website just ahead of forward Jarad Williams. 

Speaking after collecting the award, named in memory of the former Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police, the scrum half said, "On behalf of the team, I would like to say a massive thank you to our supporters. It has been a tough season and we have had plenty of ups and downs but they have stuck by us through thick and thin. Hopefully they have seen in the last month plenty of reasons to stick by us during the summer, Bryan Redpath has come in and already had a massive impact and we are in for an exciting pre-season and campaign ahead."