PFA Vertu Motors League One Fans' Player of the Month - March nominees

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Your League One nominees for March are...

1. Alfie May (Cheltenham Town)

Alfie May
Alfie May was brilliant in March / Pete Norton/GettyImages

Appearances: 6
Goals: 5
Assists: 0

Alfie May continued his fine start to 2022 with five goals in six appearances during March.

May started his run of scoring with a brace in the 4-0 win over Doncaster, and followed up that double with goals in the successive wins over Morecambe and Wimbledon.

A fifth goal of the month followed against Sheffield Wednesday, though it came in a heavy 4-1 defeat for Cheltenham.

2. Will Keane (Wigan Athletic)

Will Keane
Will Keane was a star for Wigan in March / Pete Norton/GettyImages

Appearances: 5
Goals: 4
Assists: 0

Will Keane is enjoying the best goalscoring season of his career, with March delivering no fewer than four goals.

He scored in the Latics' opening two games of the month, crucial wins over Fleetwood and Wimbledon that maintained the club's charget towards promotion.

Keane then netted in the wins over Crewe and Morecambe, ensuring Wigan finished the month with 13 points from a possible 15.

3. Ryan Hardie (Plymouth Argyle)

Ryan Hardie
Ryan Hardie is having a great season / Stu Forster/GettyImages

Appearances: 7
Goals: 4
Assists: 1

Scottish striker Ryan Hardie played a big part in what was a very good month for promotion hopeful Plymouth.

Hardie was involved in a goal in five different games in March, starting off in the win over Morecambe.

He then netted in wins over Wimbledon, Portsmouth and Accrington, also grabbing an assist in the victory over Cheltenham.

4. Saido Berahino (Sheffield Wednesday)

Luke Leahy, Saido Berahino
Saido Berahino enjoyed himself in March / Matthew Ashton - AMA/GettyImages

Appearances: 5
Goals: 4
Assists: 1

Former West Brom star Saido Berahino may have kickstarted his career at Sheffield Wednesday after bagging four goals in five appearances during March.

The 28-year-old scored just his third goal of the season in the win over Lincoln, but then helped himself to a hat-trick in the resounding 6-0 win over Cambridge - a game he also grabbed an assist in.

The Owls picked up two wins, two draw and a defeat from the games Berahino played in.

5. Daniel Udoh (Shrewsbury Town)

Dan Udoh
Daniel Udoh has been great for Shrewsbury / James Baylis - AMA/GettyImages

Appearances: 6
Goals: 4
Assists: 0

Another month and another nomination for Shrewsbury forward Daniel Udoh.

The Nigerian was brilliant in their 5-0 hammering of Morecambe, claiming two goals, and he was also on target in the wins over Rotherham and Lincoln.

That took him up to 12 goals for the season, ones which have crucially lifted Shrewsbury away from relegation danger.

6. George Hirst (Portsmouth)

George Hirst
George Hirst was excellent in March for Portsmouth / Robin Jones/GettyImages

Appearances: 6
Goals: 5
Assists: 0

Portsmouth are making a late push to get into the play-offs, and had George Hirst to thank for three successive wins in March.

The on-loan Leicester City man began the month with a goal in the 3-2 win over Oxford United, and followed that up with a brace in the resounding 4-0 win over Accrington.

That took Hirst up to six goals for the season, but he swiftly added another two to his tally in the 3-1 win at Crewe.

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