Certainly no stranger to these prizes, Camilleri peaked at the most crucial moments in this summer’s National League to lead the Reds to their fourth consecutive title after a mammoth battle with Balluta Bay rivals San Ġiljan Sir Alex who only conceded defeat in a tense decider.
Camilleri’s all-round contribution, as well as his vision of the game, were among the key elements that led the jurors to award him the honour.
He finished the season as top scorer of the premier division with 64 goals.
Another Neptunes old boy, goalkeeper Ryan Sciortino, who is now with Valletta, won his second consecutive award this season as best player of the First Division.
Joyce Tabone, head media and community relations at the Bank of Valletta and ASA president Joe Caruana Curran presented the awards to the winners.