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Paul Mullin in running for Sky Bet League Two player-of-the-month award




Cambridge United striker Paul Mullin has been shortlisted for the April League Two player-of-the-month award. Picture: Simon Lankester
Cambridge United striker Paul Mullin has been shortlisted for the April League Two player-of-the-month award. Picture: Simon Lankester

Paul Mullin has been shortlisted for the Sky Bet League Two player-of-the-month award.

The Cambridge United striker was named the division's player of the season last week, but is now in contention for the April monthly prize.

Mullin scored six goals in seven games during the month, including a brace against former club Morecambe on Good Friday, and became the first player to score 30 League Two goals in a season since 2012/13.

He has already won the monthly honour once this season, in November, and his competition this time is Port Vale midfielder Tom Conlon, Salford City striker Ian Henderson and Cheltenham Town defender Ben Tozer.

Vale captain Conlon contributed three goals, including one from near halfway in the win over Barrow, and an assist during April as Vale swept past all-comers; Henderson hit six goals and had an assist for Salford, including the winners against Stevenage and Bradford City; Tozer was in the centre of the Cheltenham defence that conceded just three goals in seven games and his long throw assisted four goals in their promotion month.

The winner will be announced on Friday, May 7.

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