Sam Hoskins and Jon Brady have been nominated for the November Sky Bet League One Player and Manager of the Month Awards.
Those shortlisted are:
PLAYER OF THE MONTH AWARD
Nathan Baxter (Bolton Wanderers) - goalkeeper
While Bolton scored 10 goals at one end during the month, Baxter ensured they didn’t concede a single one in four games at the other. He made two crucial saves in the 0-0 draw at Oxford United and equalled a club record for successive clean sheets set in 1900.
Sam Hoskins (Northampton Town) - striker
When Hoskins flows, so do Northampton. He scored three goals – two of them winners – and added an assist in three games. A natural leader for his side, his intuition and anticipation allows him to make converting chances look easy.
Jordan Jones (Wigan Athletic) – winger
The Northern Ireland international was integral to Wigan’s unbeaten month, driving down the left either as a winger or a wing-back. His superb deliveries contributed three assists, while he sprinted clear for a fine goal against Fleetwood.
Kwame Poku (Peterborough United) - winger
Always willing to parade his trickery out wide on the right while cutting in on his left foot, Poku brought consistency of impact into his game in November, scoring four times, adding a direct assist and contributing to other Peterborough goals.
MANAGER OF THE MONTH AWARD
Jon Brady (Northampton Town)
After losing 4-0 on the last day of October, Brady kept faith in his methods and maintained a calmness which allowed his side to flourish in November with a perfect nine points from three games.
Steve Evans (Stevenage)
With three victories, three clean sheets and a 10-point haul from four unbeaten games, Evans’ side continues to press for a second successive promotion with the same organisation and indefatigable spirit that is embodied by their manager.
Ian Evatt (Bolton Wanderers)
A second successive nomination for Evatt whose fluent team moved to the top of League One with ten points, ten goals and four clean sheets from four unbeaten games, the highlight of which was a thumping 7-0 home win over Exeter.
Paul Warne (Derby County)
Warne is delivering on his promise to improve Derby’s consistency while navigating a sizeable injury list. His side recorded a perfect three wins from three games with a 6-1 goal differential as they moved into the top six in League One.
The winners will be announced on Friday.