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This is who Norwich City fans have voted Fan of the Season

PUBLISHED: 19:27 19 April 2019 | UPDATED: 08:49 20 April 2019

Jacob Bowles was named Norwich City fan of the Season before the 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday at Carrow Road 
Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus Images

Jacob Bowles was named Norwich City fan of the Season before the 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday at Carrow Road Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus Images

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Jacob Bowles has been voted Fan of the Season for 2018-19 by Norwich City supporters.

The 24-year-old home and away season ticket holder was presented as the winner ahead of City's game against Sheffield Wednesday at Carrow Road this evening.

Jacob is well known to Canaries supporters after recently launching On the Stall City at Norwich Market, with his parents Sharon and Andy.

The stall has raised over £1,500 for the Community Sports Foundation's (CSF) community hub The Nest, near Norwich Airport, through selling memorabilia such as matchday programmes and second-hand replica shirts.

Jacob is on the autistic spectrum and has received support from CSF in recent years. The stall is next due to be open between Monday, May 20 and Thursday, May 23.

Jacob Bowles, pictured with proud parents Sharon and Andy, was named Norwich City fan of the Season before the 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday at Carrow Road 
Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus ImagesJacob Bowles, pictured with proud parents Sharon and Andy, was named Norwich City fan of the Season before the 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday at Carrow Road Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus Images

Also nominated for the award – which is again dedicated to City super fan Michelle Dack, who passed away in January 2018 – were Lee Clark, who finished second in the voting, and Ronnie Moulton.

Jacob Bowles was named Norwich City fan of the Season before the 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday at Carrow Road 
Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus ImagesJacob Bowles was named Norwich City fan of the Season before the 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday at Carrow Road Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus Images


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