Chesterfield were the big winners at the ninth annual Star Football Awards on Monday night.
The Spireites – who sealed their place in the League One play-offs on Saturday – were named team of the year while manager Paul Cook won the manager of the year award.
Former Chesterfield strike Eoin Doyle won the golden boot prize for the 25 goals he scored before joining Cardiff City in January.
Famous faces both past and present from South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire football and beyond packed into the Doubletree Hilton in Norton for the glitzy ceremony.
Former European Cup winners Phil Thompson and Alan Kennedy, ex-England skipper Terry Butcher and Owls legend Des Walker were among the guests.
Sheffield United midfielder Louis Reed – the youngest player to ever feature in a league game for the Blades – was named young player of the year.
The Star Football Hall of Fame welcomed in former Rotherham United striker and manager Ronnie Moore, fresh from securing Football League survival for Hartlepool United last weekend.
And the lifetime achievement award was presented to iconic football commentator John Motson, whose first taste of Football League coverage came while working for the Sheffield Morning Telegraph.
Les Payne, the Star’s former Rotherham United reporter, received the special award in recognition of a career which spanned almost five decades.
The star men from each of the six clubs were also honoured.
Keiren Westwood claimed the Wednesday player of the year award after a stunning first season at Hillsborough.
The judges could not split Chris Basham and Jamie Murphy for the United prize.
Sam Clucas was named Chesterfield player of the year while Conor Hourihane took the Barnsley award.
Top scorer Nathan Tyson claimed the Doncaster Rovers prize while Richie Smallwood was Rotherham United’s player of the year.
See Wednesday’s Star for a special eight page supplement and online for videos from the Football Awards.