Evesham United has won an end-of-season 'respect' award.

The Robins received the Division One South Respect Award at the Southern League Presentation Evening on Saturday at Reading FC for the most points gained for home matches for the second year running.

United claimed 769.5 points overall, or 21.375 points per game.

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The award recognises clubs that accumulate the highest number of points in their respective divisions.

Premier Central's Mickleover were victorious overall with 914 points or 22.85 points per game, in the Premier South Poole Town led the way with 924 points, or 22 points per game, and Biggleswade FC took the crown in Division One Central with 754.5 points, or 20.96 points per game.

Hereward Sports & Leisure provided the trophies for the award.