FLYING Scot Ryan Fraser added the Cherries players' player of the season award to his supporters' player of the season accolade.

The 25-year-old, whose tally of 14 assists saw him finish the campaign second in the Premier League provider charts behind Chelsea's Eden Hazard, received the prize at the club's awards ceremony at the BIC on Monday night.

Earlier this month, Aberdonian Fraser was also named the Daily Echo/Micky Cave AFC Bournemouth player of the season.

Speaking at the awards evening, Fraser said: "Thank you to the players. Franno hit it on the head – this is the big one.

"The supporters' (award) is massive as well, getting the recognition from them, but from your players you see, you try to work hard day to day with them and you do the best for them as well, not just for yourself.

"When you go out on the pitch you try and die for them, not for yourself and you just give it your all – that is what I've tried to do."

A host of other awards were given out after Cherries finished 14th and secured a fifth season in the top flight.

Jefferson Lerma's thunderbolt against Crystal Palace on Sunday was voted goal of the season.

The Colombian international's second ever goal for the Dorset club flew into the back of the net from all of 30 yards in the first half against the Eagles.

Frontman Callum Wilson collected the golden boot trophy for his 15 goals in all competitions, including 14 in the Premier League.

Former Coventry City ace Wilson could feature for England at next month's Nations League finals in Portugal.

Fellow striker Sam Surridge, who impressed on loan at Oldham in the first half of the season before in February making his Cherries first-team debut against Arsenal, was named under-21 player of the season.

A hatful of goals for Alan Connell's side prior to a successful loan at Southern League South outfit Poole Town saw Jake Scrimshaw collect the under-18 player of the season, while Nathan Ake received the community player of the season prize.

Winger Meg Vella was the recipient of the Cherries women's player of the season after her first full campaign at the club.

The army communications engineer finished the season as one of the team's top scorers.

The John Harriss unsung hero award was given to Alice Jeans, who is PA to chief executive Neill Blake and chairman Jeff Mostyn, for her efforts on a daily basis behind the scenes at Vitality Stadium.