Darren Randolph picked up two awards at Boro’s annual Player of the Year awards event, sponsored by Darren Allick Cars.
The Republic of Ireland international stopper was presented the accolades at the prestige dinner on Tuesday evening, which saw Boro’s first team staff and players joined by supporters and corporate clients at the Riverside Stadium.
Randolph - who was also named in the PFA and Football Manager Team of the Year selections for the Sky Bet Championship - topped a poll of Boro fans also including Dael Fry, Jonny Howson and Lewis Wing to claim Ramsdens Player of the Year.
The 31-year-old also won Cornerstone Business Solutions Players’ Player of the Year after leading the vote among him and his teammates in the Boro dressing room.
Fry was named Rockliffe Hall Young Player of the Year, while Wing collected Durham Animal Feeds Goal of the Year for his strike against Crystal Palace in the Carabao Cup - one of his four goals that were in the running as a Goal of the Month winner.
Britt Assombalonga was named Community Player of the Year recognising his sizeable efforts towards the club’s charitable work on Teesside this season, particularly with MFC Foundation.
Take a look at photos of the award winners in the gallery above.