Wingate & Finchley's Shane Gore, VCD Athletic's Niklas Freund and Greenwich Borough's Craig Holloway are September's winners of the Ryman League's Precision Goalkeeping Golden Gloves awards.
The trio were named on Tuesday as the second winners of the monthly ‘safe hands’ honours in the Ryman Premier, Ryman North and Ryman South divisions which are sponsored by Nottingham-based Reydon Sports PLC, the UK's largest sports and leisure wholesale and distribution company.
Through their Precision Goalkeeping brand, the keepers can all look forward to receiving a pair of Precision Goalkeeping gloves provided by ProKit UK, the nominated retailer administering the awards on their behalf.
Blues Keeper Gore, 34, collects the Ryman League's top flight award for conceding twice in three league wins and a draw during September. Signed in July, Gore kicked his career at now-defunct Wimbledon before going on to play for 12 clubs in his career, most recently featuring for Wealdstone last season on a dual registration from Chesham, where he had been since 2010.
To win the Ryman North accolade former Chelmsford City, Witham Town and Harlow Town stopper Freund, the 22-year-old son of former Germany international and Tottenham star Steffen Freund, was beaten on just two occasions in four league wins and a draw for the Vickers.
Former Arsenal, Farnborough Town, Gravesend & Northfleet, Braintree, Chelmsford, Bromley, Thurrock, Welling, Margate and Dartford keeper Holloway took the golden glove award in Ryman South for his record of four goals conceded in six league wins that have helped lift last season's South Counties East League champions to second in the table.