Brewers clean up awards

Burton boss Gary Rowett has been named February's League Two manager of the month, while Jacques Maghoma received the player award.

Last Updated: 15/03/13 at 13:24

Gary Rowett: Scoops monthly gong

Gary Rowett: Scoops monthly gong

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The Brewers completed the month unbeaten to boost their promotion hopes, winning four and drawing one of their five games.

Rowett's men scored 14 goals, conceding five, to end February in third place.

He told the Derby Telegraph: "It's great to receive recognition for what we achieved in February and, most importantly, it's testament to the players and their efforts over the period."

"I'm also delighted for Jacques, who fully deserves the accolade after some very impressive displays."

Albion midfielder Maghoma appeared in all five matches and netted four goals along the way to take his tally for the season to 14.

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