Scottish Women's Premier League

Scottish Building Society SWPL Player of the Month: November 2020

December 7th 2020

The voting for the Scottish Building Society SWPL Player of the Month award for November 2020 is open! To vote, click here.

The nominees for this month’s award are:

Lisa Robertson – Celtic

Since joining Celtic this year, Lisa Robertson’s contribution to the side has been immeasurable, making it no surprise she had been recognised in just her first month with the club.

Her perfected mix of steely grit and composure has resulted in her forming a formidable partnership in the midfield with Natalie Ross, and has seen her dominate the middle of the park and work relentlessly for the entire 90 minutes of every game.

A fantastic start to her Celtic career was topped off with a goal of the season contender against her former side Hibs in the 6-2 win.

Lori Gardner – Motherwell

Motherwell FC 1st Team Coach, Stewart Hall, said; “Lori played every minute of football in our four matches in November. She has been a stand out in just about every single game playing in a number of positions to help the team.

“She reaped the rewards of playing through the middle as a central striker against Heart of Midlothian as she scored the opening goal with a fantastic finish.

“Lori deserves not only to be up for this award but to be worthy winner of it due to her sacrifice for the team and willingness to go above and beyond at every training session and game. She is quick, determined, and hardworking.

“We are fortunate to have her at Motherwell and we hope she can continue these high performances she has been putting in lately.”

Rebecca McGowan – St Johnstone

St Johnstone WFC Head Coach, Jason McCrindle, said: “Rebecca has made a fantastic start to the season for us and having scored the winner on the opening day off the season, her confidence has grown.

“This past month she has shown why she is an U19 internationalist and her performances have got better each week. This is not just on the pitch but she is still developing her game and trains at a high level too.

“In my opinion, Rebecca fully deserves this award. This is especially after topping off November with her two goals in our 3-0 win over Queen’s Park.”

Tegan Browning – Boroughmuir Thistle

Tegan is very worthy of this nomination; she is an exceptional young player who gives nothing less than 100% in training and in games and had a great start to the season.

Tegan has come through Boroughmuir Thistle’s youth ranks and broke through into the first team at the age of 14. Since then she’s worked hard to make sure she continues to develop and has gone on to represent Scotland at U16 and U17 level.