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Scottish Building Society SWPL Player of the Month: May 2019

The voting for the Scottish Building Society SWPL Player of the Month award for May is open! To vote, click here.

The nominees for this month’s award are:

Amy Muir – Rangers

Rangers WFC Head Coach, Amy McDonald, said: “Amy is a highly talented player who has come on leaps and bounds. She leads from actions and is developing all the time.

“She is a huge part of the team and sets standards throughout it. She is fully deserving of her nomination that shows her hard work, determination and focus is paying off. “

Clare Docherty – FC Kilmarnock

FC Kilmarnock Head Coach, Stewart Hall, said: “Clare Docherty has been a vital part of FC Kilmarnock not just in the last month but in last four years.

“Her performances are always consistent and her work rate in every game is always noticeable. She is a player capable of playing just about every outfield position and is always able to affect the game in every position.

“She is more than deserving of this award as she has been a key player to help the team get back to winning ways and with three goals in two games and four assists in the same amount of games speaks for itself.

“Her contributions to the games along with her work rate, consistent performances as well as her attitude make her a great player to have in the team.”

Jamie-Lee Napier – Hibernian

Hibernian Head Coach, Grant Scott, said: “I’m delighted to see Jamie-Lee receive this nomination, the second time in three months, in recognition of her recent performances. Jamie has been in our squad for a full year now and has evolved into one of the team’s major players at a fairly young age.

“Jamie-Lee constantly strives to impact games and puts an incredible amount of work into her game on the training pitch. Jamie’s fast paced, direct style is a joy to watch when she’s in full flow but the work she does for the team off the ball doesn’t go unnoticed either. She is very strong and brave on the pitch and plays with her heart on her sleeve and a smile on her face.

“Jamie-Lee is a huge character in our squad, she’s one of our country’s top talents and is fully deserving of your vote.”

Neve Guthrie – Dundee United

Dundee United Head Coach, Gavin Beith, said: “Neve being nominated for this award is due recognition for the commitment and effort she shows on a daily basis to be the best she can be.

“The 16-year-old has started every game so far this season and has scored some vital goals, including the winner at Tynecastle v Hearts in May.

“Her overall game has been very consistent and helped the team have a positive first half of the season.”

Written by
Robert Wilson
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