Chester, who is set to leave for United States of America (USA) soon, has been an influential player in the Nomad’s squad.
However, Bullets were the most decorated club at the event during the night having won three individal awards and two as a group.
Robson Chiyenda won the award of best goalkeeper, John Lanjesi best defender, Mike Kwate was voted as the most improved player while striker Chiukepo Msowoya scooped the Golden Boot award.
As a group, Nyasa Big Bullets were voted as league champions as well as the the club with the the management team.
Other individual awards went to Francis Mkonda coming from the most improved team Masters Security who who are the reigning carlsberg Cup Kings.
In the supporters category, Silver Strikers supporters were voted as the most disciplined while in the referees category, Gift Chicco was voted as the best Centre referee with Happiness Mbandambanda and Keneth Kanduku as best linesmen.
TNM Super League debutant Kasungu based TN Stars was voted as the most fair play team with Masters Security as the team with the best technical panel.
All the individual award attracted a K100 000.00 prize money and a mineature except that of the top goal scorer and player of the season accollades that attracted a mineature and K250 00 and K300 000 each respectovely.
Champions Bullets received a trophy and K15 million, second placed Mighty Be Forward Wanderers received K7.5 Million while Silver Strikers and Masters Security received K4 million and K3.5 million for finishing on third and fourth positions.