GLOBE Bullough Park FC scooped three Lancashire Sports Awards at a plush ceremony at Ewood Park.
Allan Phillipson won Coach of the Year, John Drinkwater picked up the award for Community Club of the Year - for the second year running - while Anthony Lorente celebrated being crowned Young Volunteer of the Year.
Allan was recognised after getting involved with Globe BP's Under sevens team - starting it up, bringing new players to the club and encouraging other fathers to get involved.
His dedication to the Under sevens has seen him attend every league match in the season as well as arranging and escorting the squad on a trip to watch England Under 21s play.
Treasurer John has helped the club become an FA Charter Standard club and the work has been recognised again after winning the Community Club of the Year last year.
He says the main aim of the club is to provide an opportunity to play and enjoy football as they offer coaching from Under seven level through to adults. The club trains their players to their ability and helps them improve. They also encourage the whole family to get involved - whether as a volunteer, coach or committee member
Anthony, 19, has been with the club since he was 1- years-old, first as a player and now as a qualified referee and linesman. He is always ready to help to train the younger players and hopes to take his Level One coaching badge soon.