Houghton won the Supporters’ Player of the Year by a landslide with 69% of the votes in an online poll, and was very popular amongst the votes for Players’ Player of the Year prize.
Although Houghton secured a brace, halfback Marc Sneyd was named as the Player of the Year following a successful season for the former Salford man.
Sneyd, who’s booted 110 goals in Super League, won the Top Gun award at the Man of Steel dinner a couple of weeks ago for the kicker with the highest conversion rate of 83%.
Fonua, who was also named in the Dream Team, has been a welcomed addition to the team, striking up a solid partnership with winger Steve Michaels.
Mike Adlard picked up the Reserve team Player of the Year after his terrific contribution to Richard Horne’s side and the City of Hull Academy this year, chipping in with plenty of tries.
Pryce returns to his hometown club Bradford Bulls next year whilst Yeaman will hang up his boots on his glittering 16-year career.
Paul Hatton, Head of High Performance, was recognised for his off-field work with the team by winning the Clubman of the Year award.
Hatton, who joined from Hull Kingston Rovers in the off-season, has played a huge part in the team’s fitness this year along with limiting the number of injuries.
Alan James won the Team FC Volunteer of the Year for his brilliant commitment to the volunteers, being more or less ever-present.
The full list of the awards winners:
Team FC Volunteer of the Year: Alan James
Clubman of the Year: Paul Hatton
Reserve Team Player of the Year: Mike Adlard
Try of the Season: Mahe Fonua vs Wakefield in the Super 8s
Young Player of the Year: Mahe Fonua
Supporters’ Player of the Year: Danny Houghton
Players’ Player of the Year: Danny Houghton
Player of the Year: Marc Sneyd