Bishop's Stortford striker Jamie Cureton picks up two awards at Isthmian League AGM
Bishop's Stortford joint-manager Jamie Cureton earned two accolades at the Isthmian League's AGM on Saturday.
The veteran striker, who made the 1,000th senior appearance of his career for the Blues at the back end of last season, took the golden boot thanks to his 22 goals in the Premier Division.
And the prolific forward was also named in the division's team of the year for yet another stellar campaign.
Stortford chairman Ian Kettridge attended the event and received the awards on behalf of Cureton.
Ahead of what will be Curteon's 27th year in senior football, the Blues have announced a seventh and final pre-season friendly.
They will travel to Barking on Tuesday, August 6 (7.45pm) to complete their friendly schedule ahead of their first league game on Saturday, August 10.
Stortford last met the old Barking in 1993-94, with the club folding in 2006 following a short merger with East Ham United.
The current club was immediately formed and they won the Essex Senior League, Premier Division in 2017 to clinch promotion.
Following two seasons in the Bostik North, they are preparing to be transferred to Bostik South Central.
Meanwhile, supporters can get down to the ProKit UK Stadium on Saturday (June 22) to buy season tickets.
Joint-boss Steve Smith will be taking fans' money at the ground between 9.30am and midday. Season tickets are priced at £210 for adults, £130 for concessions and £70 for students.
They include admission to the five home friendlies if purchased before the start of pre-season. Further details are yet to be announced regarding postal/email applications.
The club have also revealed matchday admission prices for next season. They are £12 for adults, £8 for concessions, £6 for students and £1 for under-16s.