Stevenage will have all eyes on the star-studded 2023 EFL Awards evening after getting two on the shortlist.

Skipper Carl Piergianni and manager Steve Evans are both up for prizes at the event, to be hld at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on April 23.

Piergianni is one of three in line for the EFL League Two player of the season prize, the others being strikers Andy Cook of Bradford City and Northampton Town's Sam Hoskins.


Evans meanwhile will vie with Paul Simpson of Carlisle United and Leyton Orient's Richie Wellens of League Two manager of the season.

The EFL teams of the season will also be announced on the night, with Piergianni a big favourite to get a place in the League Two choice, as will the EFL goal of the season.

The other award in League Two has Junior Tchamadeu (Colchester United), Jayden Sweeney (Leyton Orient) and Jacob Wakeling (Swindon Town) for young player of the season.

Ex-Stevenage player, Steven Schumacher, is one of the three nominated for manager of the year in League One.

The former midfielder is now in charge at Plymouth Argyle.