Each award was voted on by our nine panelists present at The Spread Eagle for our Christmas Podcast recording, with Westie also being used as a tiebreaker vote with our 10th ballot via email. Here's who scooped what.
Player of the Year
Previous winners: Alex McCarthy (2013), Jordan Obita (2014)
Nominated: Chris Gunter, Oliver Norwood, Adam Federici
Winner: Oliver Norwood
Strong support for the Reading midfielder who battled back from being in and out of the side in early 2015 to become a key cog in the side.
Most Improved Player
Previous winners: Jordan Obita (2013), Jake Cooper (2014)
Nominated: Aaron Tshibola, Nick Blackman, Adam Federici, Chris Gunter, Oliver Norwood, Anton Ferdinand
Winner: Nick Blackman
Again plenty of backing for Blackman who went from bench warmer to top scorer in the space of mere weeks.
The 'Hal Robson-Kanu' Award For Underachievement
Previous winner: Hal Robson-Kanu (2013 & 2014)
Nominated: Jordan Obita, Matej Vydra, Michael Hector, Garath McCelary, Alex Pearce, Lucas Piazon
Winner: Jordan Obita
Jordan has gone from winning most improved (2013) to Player of the Year (2014) and now back down to Underachiever. Far from a unanimous vote here with sadly lots of candidates having strong cases to replace two-time winner Robson-Kanu, who failed to receive a nomination!
Previous winner: Academy Success Story (2014)
Nominated: Wembley appearance, Bradford win
Winner: Bradford win
Two big favourites here with our panel split between the joy of reaching Wembley and the actual experience of being there, in a narrow decision it was the quarter-final win which took the honours.
Previous winner: Birmingham 6-1 Reading (2014)
Nominated: Pitch invasion after Bradford, Arsenal winner at Wembley, Losing 1-0 after Wembley to Birmingham
Winner: Arsenal winner at Wembley
Sadly there was a clear winner here as Adam Federici's howler left a lasting impression on the panel.
Previous winner: Burnley pitch invasion (2014)
Nominated: The new club song, Lady Sasima being drowned out by Leeds fans, Pudding's cartwheels during the Bradford game, Al-Habsi/Bond in general...
Winner: The new club anthem
Not much more to be said here!
The 'Pavel Pogrebnyak' Most Missed Reading Player
Nominated: Adam Federici, Alex Pearce, Pavel Pogrebnyak
Winner: Adam Federici
In a spur of the moment decision after lamenting The Pog's departure, a new award was created to recognise the most missed player who'd left the club during 2015. While the award is named after him, the big Russian still lost out to Adam Federici.
Previous winners: Royston Drenthe (2013), Dominic Samuel (2014)
Nominated: Jonathan Bond, Rowan Liburd, Tariqe Fosu, Aaron Kuhl, Paolo Hurtado, Jake Cooper
Winner: Jonathan Bond
It was a close decision but the Reading goalkeeper just pipped winger Tariqe Fosu to the award. We'd like to congratulate Mr Bond but given the record of our last two winners, he might well try and turn this one down!
So those were our picks and you can hear all the reasons and arguments for each on The Tilehurst End Podcast Christmas Special which you can download right now.