THE WINNER: Aberdeen’s BNOC of the year 2018
Time to meet your 2018 BNOC champion
The votes are in, over 900 of you voted in the final of Aberdeen's 2018 BNOC competition to find your winner, and there can be only one.
Congratulations to Luke Thorley, who has been crowned Aberdeen's BNOC of the year 2018.
With an impressive result in the second round taking him to the final, this time Luke got 41% of the total vote with 396 people voting for him.
Second place goes to Dan Leggett, with 34% of the vote and 332 votes.
Third place is William Jones, with 10% of the vote and 100 votes.
There was no catching both Luke and Dan, both ran away with the votes in the early hours and battled it out once they reached the 200 mark.
But there could only be one winner, Luke managed to pass Dan and leave 66 votes between the two.
The Tab Aberdeen would like to thank all those that took part and to those who voted, tune in this time next year when someone new will come and take Luke Thorley's crown.
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