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Scottish Building Society SWPL Player of the Month: March 2018

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

The nominees for this month’s award are:

Hamilton Academical – Nina Fitzsimmons

Nina Fitzsimmons has gone from strength to strength, seeing regular first team football following her switch to Accies from Celtic.

The youngster has already shown maturity in an astute performance against Glasgow City, both defensively and offensively, picking up the clubs player of the match award.

Three starts from the first four games in a key position has shown the trust and faith put in her ability from the Accies coaching staff.

Motherwell – Suzanne Mulvey

Suzanne Mulvey has had to overcome many obstacles to return to playing football competitively. Her attendance at training is exemplary and on the field, her performances have been inspirational to her teammates and not only for her goal scoring contribution (7 goals from just 3 games).

She is a tireless worker and shows fantastic leadership skills, which have a great effect upon not only our younger players but also the experienced heads in the group.

Central Girls FA – Chelsea McEachran

At just 15 years old, Chelsea may be the baby of the Central Academy side in age but not in ability. Her forceful runs and uncompromising desire to win the ball make her one of the first names on the Central Girls team sheet.

It is a tremendous credit to her that she has been nominated by her peers and coaches from our early SWPL games. They are aware of what we at Central see every week.

With goals in her last two fixtures against Stirling Uni and Motherwell, she adds another attacking threat from her midfield position.

Hibernian – Katey Turner

During the early part of this season, Katey Turner has been a valuable player for Hibernian Ladies, scoring on average a goal per game.

It’s been a marvellous start to the season for a gifted individual with four league goals to her name. She’s a versatile player who always works hard for the team and is well deserving to be nominated.

Written by
Robert Wilson
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