The Aston Villa End-of-Season Awards Dinner took place at Villa Park on Sunday, as we recognised the standout performers across the playing squad and club this season.
Hosted by Sky Sports News anchor Jim White, a total of seven awards were distributed across the first team, academy, supporters and staff.
Below is a comprehensive list of winners from the evening.
Players' Player of the Season: Albert Adomah
Our top goalscorer this season, Adomah has netted 15 times in all competitions to spearhead our promotion challenge.
The winger ignited a four-match winning run with his first league goals back in September, scored five in three games in November and more recently struck in memorable encounters with both Birmingham City and Wolves at Villa Park.
Supporters' Player of the Season: James Chester
One of only two first-team players to play every minute of every Sky Bet Championship match this term, Chester has been the rock at the heart of a solid defence.
A stellar campaign has often seen him lead the side in the absence of skipper John Terry, while he's also scored four times and helped us to 20 clean sheets.
Goal of the Season: Jack Grealish
A late entry to the nominees, Grealish's strike against Cardiff City in the 85th minute at Villa Park a fortnight ago won the vote via our Official Twitter poll.
His volley, which crashed in off the post to earn us a vital victory, edged Conor Hourihane's stunner against Birmingham, Andre Green's effort against Norwich and Robert Snodgrass' last-gasp winner at Sheffield United.
Young Player of the Season: Keinan Davis
Having made his first-team debut last term, Davis has become a regular in Steve Bruce's squad this time around.
Since his Man-of-the-Match display in the 4-2 win over Norwich City win September, he's gone on to make 28 appearances and score three times in promising campaign.
Academy Player of the Season: Callum O'Hare
Made his first-team debut at Colchester United in the EFL Cup back in August, before appearing for the first time in a Championship match three days later.
As well as regular inclusion in Steve Bruce's squad, O'Hare has been the catalyst in Aston Villa U23s' impressive season to date.
His goals, assists and leadership have secured the team runners-up spot in Premier League 2 Division 2, where promotion via the Play-Offs remains on the cards, as well as semi-final in the Premier League Cup.
Community Player of the Year: Gabby Agbonlahor
The forward has participated in a number of generous gestures this season, including paying for a family visit to Toys R Us at Christmas, making several visits to the Acorns Hospice and leading the way for supporting the Moin Younis Fund, where Aston Villa players helped raise £20,000.
#PartOfThePride Award: John Flanner
A blind Villa fan who has been following us home and away for over 30 years, Flanner has been recognised for his tremendous dedication and support of the club.
Ian Taylor was on hand to present the award.
Special Contribution Award: Guy Rippon
This year's accolade went to Head of Aston Villa Foundation and Community Partnerships, Guy Rippon.
Recent milestones have seen Rippon and his team launch Supporting Our Own, our highly-successful new Corporate Social Responsibility strategy, hit national news headlines for the donation of packed lunches to homeless charities after our postponed match with QPR and provide 24 fans with respective health problems hospitality in executive boxes for a game at Villa Park.