Hibernians midfielder Bjorn Kristensen won the MFA Footballer of the Year award at the 2017 MFA Awards which held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre on Sunday.
The other finalists were Andrei Agius (Hibs), Paul Fenech (Balzan), Gareth Sciberras (Birkirkara) and Joseph Zerafa (Birkirkara).
Champions Hibernians claimed another two awards as Mark Miller was voted Coach of the Year and Jurgen Degabriele Young Player of the Year.
The BOV Premier League top scorer – Balzan’s Bojan Kaljevic – was voted Foreign Player of the Year.
Ryan Scicluna’s first-round goal in the clash with Gzira United was voted Best Goal.
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MFA FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR Bjorn Kristensen (Hibernians)
COACH OF THE YEAR Mark Miller (Hibernians)
YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jurgen Degabriele (Hibernians)
FOREIGN PLAYER OF THE YEAR Bojan Kaljevic (Balzan)
BEST GOAL Ryan Scicluna (Birkirkara) vs Gzira MD9
BOV FIRST DIVISION BEST PLAYER Juninho Conceicao Cabral (Senglea Athletic)
BOV SECOND DIVISION BEST PLAYER Giovanni Galea (Qrendi)
BOV THIRD DIVISION BEST PLAYER Ryan Sell (Kalkara)
BOV WOMEN’S LEAGUE BEST PLAYER Stephania Farrugia (Birkirkara)
BEST YOUTH LEAGUE PLAYER Jan Busuttil (Pietà Hotspurs)
FUTSAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jovica Milijic (Valletta Futsal)
GFA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Steve Sultana (Xewkija Tigers)
REFEREES’ AWARD Esther Azzopardi
FAIR PLAY AWARD Swieqi United
PRESIDENT’S AWARD Louis Agius -South End Core
PREMIER LEAGUE Bojan Kaljevic (Balzan) 23 goals
FIRST DIVISION Juninho Cabral (Senglea) 25 goals
SECOND DIVISION Giovanni Galea (Qrendi) 29 goals
THIRD DIVISION Timothy Thomas (Kalkara) 30 goals
WOMEN’S FIRST DIVISION Ylenia Carabott (Hibernians) 25 goals
WOMEN’S SECOND DIVISION Emma Moore (Swieqi) 28 goals