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The England Under-19 has netted 11 goals over the course of the season, with a number of her strikes being scored from long-range.
The winning goal was a spectacular rocket to take City level with Chelsea during our FAWSL match at the Academy Stadium.
After receiving her award, the teenager said: “It was a season of highs and lows but this is a moment I’m particularly proud of.
“Huge thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for me!”
Meanwhile, Sunderland-born Scott was voted the Player of the Year alongside Berger by team mates and peers in the League. The 31-year-old has made a staggering 114 appearances for the Blues and has 126 England caps under her belt – and her experience and leadership hasn’t gone unnoticed.
Scott shared the award with Birmingham ‘keeper, Berger, who courageously returned from thyroid cancer treatment after just two months to help her side.
Both Scott and Stanway have been integral parts in our second-place finish in the table over the course of the season, and the awards are well deserved!
While, impressively, four out of the five nominees for Young Player of the Year were Blues as Ella Toone, Esme Morgan, Keira Walsh and new recruit Lauren Hemp were all up for the prize. Beth Mead was named as the winner.
Congratulations also to Megan Campbell, who was named Ireland Senior Women's Player of the Year at the inaugural CRISC Awards and Dinner in Dublin
The left-back, who is well-known for her monster throw-ins, has made 22 appearances for City but saw her 2017/18 campaign hampered by injury.
Well done to all nominees!
The midfielder joins from Liverpool Ladies on a two-year-deal, having netted six goals over the course of the 2017/18 season.
The striker joins the Club from Bristol City, having bagged nine goals in an impressive 2017/18 campaign – including a stunning Goal of the Season contender against Arsenal.