The winger was at her brilliant best for City in the WSL, netting two goals and grabbing one assist across three matches against Leicester City, Chelsea and Aston Villa respectively.
Hemp’s first goal of the month came in our 4-1 comeback win away to the Foxes when she latched onto Georgia Stanway’s incisive pass in behind to smash home our third of the afternoon.
She turned provider against Aston Villa two weeks later, playing the ball back into the path of Caroline Weir for our opener at the Academy Stadium.
And she was on target herself soon after, tapping home after drifting in unmarked at the far post to meet Hayley Raso’s low ball across the face of goal.
This most recent nomination comes after Hemp claimed the Athletic Women’s Rising Star of the Season accolade at the recent North West Football Awards.
The PFA Women’s Young Player of the Year faces stiff competition for November’s award from Reading’s Natasha Dowie, Chelsea’s Jessie Fleming, Arsenal’s Kim Little and Spurs defender Rio Percival.
Voting closes at midday on Thursday 2 December. You can cast your vote here.
Best of luck, Lauren!