Scott Cuthbert has been named Leyton Orient’s Player of the Year for the 2011/12 season.

The former Swindon Town defender joined Russell Slade’s side last summer and impressed in the O’s back four throughout the campaign.

His season was cut short in March when he suffered a hamstring injury in the defeat at Charlton Athletic but the 24-year-old’s performances prior to that secured him the honour.

Also picking up accolade’s at the club’s awards night on Saturday were Lee Butcher and Kevin Lisbie.

Butcher, who made 26 appearances for the club this season, was named Young Player of the Year after starring between the sticks in place of Jamie Jones, who missed much of the campaign after undergoing shoulder surgery.

The 23-year-old made crucial saves in a number of fixtures for the O’s, with penalty stops in victories against Preston North End and Notts County helping his side claim three points.

Like Cuthbert, his season was cut short by injury in February but his displays in the Orient goal saw him take the honour.

Top scorer Lisbie was named Players’ Player of the Year with his goals helping lead the club to League One survival.

The former Charlton Athletic and Millwall forward joined the club as a free agent in September and was a standout performer for the E10 club.

Also having his achievements recognised was Billy Lobjoit who was named Youth Team Player of the Year.

The 18-year-old forward signed his first professional contract recently and made his first team debut on the final day of the season, coming on as a substitute in the victory over Rochdale.

His exploits in the youth team this year saw him find the net 13 times in his 19 outings.