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Vote for your GCIS March Player of the Month

30 March 2021

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Stevenage supporters can now vote for their GCIS (UK) Ltd Player of the Month Award for March 2021...

After a month which saw Alex Revell's men play six, win four and draw two, to decide on just four players to nominate was a task in itself. With nine goals scored and just two conceded, attacking prowess and defensive stability were key as Stevenage continued to climb the table.

Our shortlist for the March Player of the Month is as follows:

  • Chris Lines: After signing in January, Chris Lines has been one of the first names on the teamsheet ever since. Patrolling the centre of the park, the midfielder oozes class on the ball and continuously aids the team both offensively and defensively. Two assists vs Forest Green at the beginning of the month proved this. 
  • Tom Pett: Upon his return to The Lamex in November, Tom Pett & Stevenage were wrestling with the relegation zone as it looked a battle to climb the table. Now, under a new role in the centre of midfield with fellow nominee Chris Lines, Boro sit comfortably mid-table thanks to an upturn in form, and a month which saw Pett play every minute of every game and even bagged himself a goal vs Carlisle United. 
  • Elliott List: Another Player of the Month poll, another Elliott List nomination. Three goals in games against Forest Green, Harrogate and Barrow respectively earn last month's winner a third nomination in a row. 
  • Luke Norris: Another January signing nomination, Luke Norris has had his best month in a Boro shirt so far. With two goals in four starts this month against Carlisle United and Barrow, Norris' rekindled strike partnership with Elliott List from their time at Gillingham together has terrorised defences across the league in the recent results.  

To cast your vote for the GCIS Player of the Month, click here and remember, the vote closes on Tuesday 6th April at 12:30pm.

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