Exeter duo in line for awards

Exeter duo Paul Tisdale and Jamie Cureton have been shortlisted for the League Two awards for November.

Last Updated: 11/12/12 at 11:56   

Jamie Cureton: Nominated for Player of the Month

Jamie Cureton: Nominated for Player of the Month

Cureton 's five-goal haul last month, which saw him net in all but one of City's games, included a double in a dramatic win against Gillingham and a bicycle kick to beat Bradford.

The impressive form from the player, 37, meant he was nominated for the player of the month award, along with Northampton's Adebayo Akinfenwa and young Dagenham full-back Femi Ilensami

Tisdale, 39, saw his side take 10 points from a possible 15 in a fruitful November that saw Exeter end a 29-year Valley Parade hoodoo and record their first win at Gillingham in 31 years.

The boss, who has been with the Grecians for six years, will find out whether he has beaten Chesterfield boss Paul Cook and Southend manager Paul Sturrock to the managers' award on Friday.

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