The midfielder has earned his award after showing the league and his fellow Aber Town team mates sheer determination, hard work and fantastic form in the month of March.
Sherbon was on the score sheet during the 3-3 draw away at rivals Newtown AFC, and could have very nearly had a second goal in the game after a superb turn and volley smashed the underside of the bar and post.
Following the Newtown game, Aber manager Ian Hughes revealed his delight on Sherbon’s recent excellent performances despite playing in an unusual striker position. Speaking to Martin Smith for our official YouTube channel, Hughes revelled “Luke can do that; good players can play anywhere that’s what people say. Luke Sherbon can play anywhere as a centre half or as a number nine, he can play anywhere on the pitch. He was unlucky not to get the second goal when he hit the post, so that shows he’s a threat and gives us another option upfront.”
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We would also like to congratulate The New Saints manager Craig Harrison on winning his fifth Manager of the Month award of the season. To win the award once is fantastic, so to win it five times in a season is an outstanding achievement.
For more on the Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League monthly awards, including the nominations for Goal of the Month, check out the league's official website here.