Date: 23rd March 2010 at 7:41pm
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For the second time this season Vital Swindon Town visitors have voted Jonathan Douglas as their Player of the Month.

The Irishman could well scoop both Vital and official Player of the Season gongs for his solid displays that have helped the club go from no hopers to promotion contenders within a year.

Second place went to Mark Marshall who earned high praise for his display against Brighton and Hove Albion and followed it up with more consistancy.

Third place was captain Gordon Greer.

Vital STFC Player of the Month (19/02/10 – 17/03/10)

48% – Jonathan Douglas
20% – Mark Marshall
10% – Gordon Greer
06% – Simon Ferry, Danny Ward
04% – Kevin Amankwaah
03% – Charlie Austin, Billy Paynter


Vital STFC Player of the Month 1
08/08/09-12/09/09


1st: Gordon Greer
2nd: Jonathan Douglas
3rd: Jon-Paul McGovern

Vital STFC Player of the Month 2
13/09/09-13/10/09


1st: Scott Cuthbert
2nd: Kevin Amankwaah
3rd: Jon-Paul McGovern

Vital STFC Player of the Month 3
13/10/09-20/11/09


1st: Scott Cuthbert
2nd: Simon Ferry
3rd: Billy Paynter

Vital STFC Player of the Month 4
19/11/09-19/12/09


1st: Charlie Austin
2nd: Simon Ferry
3rd: Kevin Amankwaah

Vital STFC Player of the Month 5
17/12/09-20/01/10


1st: Jonathan Douglas
2nd: Jon-Paul McGovern
3rd: Kevin Amankwaah

Vital STFC Player of the Month 6
20/01/10-19/02/10


1st: Billy Paynter
2nd: Danny Ward
3rd: Jonathan Douglas

Vital STFC Player of the Month 7
19/02/10-17/03/10


1st: Jonathan Douglas
2nd: Mark Marshall
3rd: Gordon Greer

Vital STFC Player of the Month 8
17/03/10-12/04/10


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Vital STFC Player of the Month 9
12/04/10-08/05/10


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Fixtures within the months allocated are subject to change


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