PSL : Khama Billiat stole the show at the PSL Awards

PSL : Khama Billiat stole the show at the PSL Awards

Mamelodi Sundowns stole the show at the PSL awards evening on Monday.

13312694_10154174249027356_8398660348198440899_nKhama Billiat walked away with R 450 000 prize money after picking up three honours on Monday evening.

The Zimbabwean walked was named Player of the Season, Players’ Player of the Season and the Best Midfielder of the Season.

Billiat beat his fellow teammate in Kegan Dolly and Hlompho Kekana in the the Best Midfielder of the Season. and Player of the Season category

This was not surprising as he has collecting player of the month awards during the season.

Coach Pitso Mosemane and Thabo Nthethe were other winners with Nthethe walking away with two awards

Thabo Nthethe was named Telkom Knockout Player of the Tournament and best Defender of the Season, while Pitso Mosimane picked up the Coach of the Year award.

The late Cecil Lolo was named MTN8 Player of the Tournament.

Baroka FC Ndivhuwo Ravhuhali  walked away with Nedbank Cup Most Promising Player of the Season

The 2016 PSL Awards:

Footballer of the Season: Khama Billiat (R250 000)

Players’ Player of the Season: Khama Billiat (R150 00)

Young Player of the Season: Aubrey Modiba (R50 00)

Coach of the Season: Pitso Mosimane (R75 000)

Goalkeeper of the Season: Dennis Onyango (R50 000)

Defender of the Season: Thabo Nthethe (R50 000)

Midfielder of the Season: Khama Billiat (R50 000)

Absa Premiership Top Goalscorer of the Season: Collins Mbesuma – 14 Goals (R25,000)

Telkom Knockout Player of the Tournament: Thabo Nthethe (R200 000)

ABSA-lutely Awesome Goal of the Season: Ben Motshwari vs Chippa United (R50 000)

MTN8 Last Man Standing: (The late) Cecil Lolo (R80 000)

Nedbank Cup Player of the Tournament: Jeremy Brockie (R200 00)

Nedbank Cup Most Promising Player of the Season: Ndivhuwo Ravhuhali (R50 000)

NFD Top Goalscorer of the Season: Thabiso Kutumela -18 Goals (R50 000)

Referee of the Season: Thando Ndzandzeka (R50 000)

Assistant Referee of the Season: Zakhele Siwele (R40 000)