Ivan Toney, Ben Mee and Bryan Mbeumo were the winners at Brentford's 2022/23 end-of-season awards.

Thomas Frank's side have had an incredible campaign, having already secured a top-half finish in the Premier League with one game to go.

While a number of players could have won awards for their contributions during the season, the winners of the first team, B team and women's prizes have been revealed...

Supporters' Player of the Year

Ben Mee

Ben Mee has been voted the Supporters' Player of the Year for his first season at the club, having signed on a free transfer last summer.

The centre-back has featured in all but one game this season - a 4-0 defeat away at Aston Villa - keeping 11 clean sheets in 36 appearances and conceding just 42 goals in that time.

Mee's commitment to consistently put his body on the line has been just as impressive as his ability to progress the ball from defence, which he has done with confidence and composure all season.

He has been the constant in the centre of the Bees' backline throughout the campaign, forming partnerships with Ethan Pinnock, Zanka, Pontus Jansson and Kristoffer Ajer, showing his versatility in a back three and a back four.

The defender was also nominated for Goal of the Season for his acrobatic strike against Wolves - one of three he has scored this term - which helped us to a 1-1 draw at the Gtech Community Stadium in October.

After picking up the trophy, Mee said: "I was expecting Ivan to win it! 20 goals is some achievement. But any of the lads could have won it, it's been a great season.

"It's been a good move for me, I've really enjoyed it. Getting to know everyone around the club has been superb.

"Thanks to everyone that voted for me. I've really felt the love since I've come here - including the chant around the ground!"

Players' Player of the Year

Ivan Toney

Brentford centre-forward Ivan Toney has won the club's Players' Player of the Year award after an incredible season in front of goal.

Only Tottenham's Harry Kane and Manchester City centre-forward Erling Haaland have scored more goals than the Bees man this season, who has 20 goals in 33 Premier League appearances.

This includes a hat-trick against Leeds United at the Gtech Community Stadium and a brace away at Manchester City in December, which saw him net a 98th-minute winner against the Premier League champions.

The striker's hold-up play, aerial prowess, nimble footwork and ruthlessness in front of goal has seen him become of the country's top strikers.

The 27-year-old also received his first England cap earlier this season, when he came on as a substitute for the Three Lions in a 2-0 win over Ukraine in March.

Accepting the award on behalf of Toney, the Bees' new club captain for next season, Christian Norgaard, said: "He was my choice and definitely a worthy winner.

"There were some others who could have won this award - I could have highlighted six or seven that have been amazing.

"But Ivan, scoring 20 goals, he is a worthy winner."

Goal of the Season

Bryan Mbeumo

Bryan Mbeumo's strike against Manchester United in Brentford's 4-0 win earlier this campaign has won the club's Goal of the Season award.

The goal - which was the Bees' fourth of the game and came just before half-time - was a fantastic counter-attacking move and capped off one of the best halves of football in the club's history.

Starting in the Brentford penalty area, Mathias Jensen won the ball back from Jadon Sancho, before wriggling his way into some space. The midfielder aimed a clever ball into the channel for Ivan Toney, which left the Bees two-v-two against the United defence.

A quick glance from Toney meant he spotted a surging Mbeumo powering his way towards goal and thanks to a ball which could have won 'Pass of the Season', if there was such an award, the Cameroon international was in on goal.

However, there was still a lot of work to be done, as Mbeumo used his strength to shrug off Luke Shaw and fire past David de Gea into the bottom corner, sending the Brentford supporters into pandemonium for the fourth time that evening.

After winning the award, Mbeumo stated: "For me, it's a very special goal. And it was obviously against a big side in the Premier League.

"It was a great team goal: the pass from Mathias [Jensen] and then the pass from Ivan [Toney] - everything was perfect, the game was perfect."

B Team Player of the Year

Alex Gilbert

Alex Gilbert has picked up Brentford B's Player of the Year, after another fantastic season for Neil MacFarlane's side.

The midfielder played 34 times for the B team in the 2022/23 season, as he captained the team to Premier League Cup glory earlier this month.

He finished the season as joint-top goalscorer for the B team alongside Ryan Trevitt with 16 goals, while he also grabbed eight assists for the young Bees.

Gilbert played more than 60 per cent of the B team's minutes this season, as he clocked up more than 2,700 minutes of game time.

This season was his third in red and white and has featured 79 times for the young Bees, scoring 29 goals in total during his time so far with the club.

Brentford Women Player of the Year

Chloe Logie

Logie has won the Brentford Women Player of the Year, after an astounding season in front of goal for Karleigh Osborne’s side.

The first-team forward Chloe Logie has had an incredible season, scoring 36 goals and finishing as the league’s top scorer.

She led the line for the Bees, who reached a Capital Cup final and finished second place in the London South East Regional Women’s Football League Division One North.

Brentford Women B Team Player of the Year

Nia Bowman

Bowan scooped the Women's B Team Player of the Year, having excelled in defence for the Bees this campaign.

Right-back Nia Bowman has excelled in her debut season for the women’s B team, where her consistent performances for Tommy Ryan-Maynard’s side earned her a call-up to the first team in the 6-2 win over Leatherhead Women at the beginning of March.

Similarly to Logie, the 17-year-old helped the B team get to a Capital Cup final and confirm a second-place finish in the Greater London Women’s Football League Division One North.