The City and England midfielder has become the second female player to reach a 'double century' after captain Steph Houghton - her latest achievement in an incredible career which has seen the lifelong City fan accomplish so much with the Club she has supported since childhood.
Since making her debut as a teenager in 2014, the 24-year-old has won four Continental Cups, three FA Cups and the FA Women's Super League title - and has played a key role in that success.
Reflecting on her latest accomplishment, the lifelong Blue says she could not be more proud.
"It’s unbelievable," she told mancity.com. "I can’t even put into words what it means to play 200 appearances for the Club I’ve always supported.
"I’m getting quite emotional actually and I don’t tend to get like that, but especially for my family, it’s such a nice moment."
Admired for her technical ability, passion and leadership, Walsh has made a name for herself as one of the most talented defensive midfielders in the world and one of the first names on the teamsheet for Club and country.
Reliable, tireless and selfless, she contributes on both the defensive and offensive side of City's game, regaining, retaining and distributing possession with an exceptional work ethic and passing range.