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Player of the Month

  • SWPL 1
  • SWPL 2
  • SWPL 1 POTM November 2021
  • Previous Winners

Chelsea Cornet of Rangers has been voted as the winner of the SWPL 1 Player of the Month for November 2021 while Jade McLaren of Dundee United is the winner of the SWPL 2 award.

Both players received the highest number of public votes as well as securing the most votes from the Head Coaches within both divisions.

In the month of November, Rangers won three out of three games starting with a comfortable 5-0 midweek win over Motherwell. Their most significant result though came in the form of a 1-0 away win against rivals and title contenders Celtic the following Sunday. They then required a stunning Cornet strike to see off Partick Thistle 1-0 in their last fixture which kept them top of the table.

In her role in midfield, Cornet played the full 90 minutes in all three games. She provided one assist against Motherwell and scored the vital goal to defeat Partick Thistle. She also boasted an 87% successful pass rate in the month.

Speaking via Zoom, Cornet said: “I’m honoured to have picked up this award. I’m thrilled to be in the squad, playing regularly, and contributing to this team. It’s nice, on top of being in the starting 11, to have my hard work and contribution recognised.

“I didn’t realise at the time how important the goal against Partick Thistle would be and I didn’t think much of it. Watching it back, it was a pretty special goal and obviously secured us three points which is the main thing. I’m delighted to be playing my part and helping this team stay top of the table.”

Cornet also secures back-to-back SWPL 1 Player of the Month awards for Rangers after Rachel McLauchlan picked up the October 2021 award and it’s the clubs’ third award of the year after Brogan Hay won April 2021.

In SWPL 2 Dundee United’s Jade McLaren was voted as Player of the Month as her side also won all three of their games in November by a margin of at least four games.

The versatile midfielder who previously played in defence scored five goals in the month, including a hat-trick in their 5-1 win over Stirling University. She grabbed a brace in the 6-0 away win to Queen’s Park and while didn’t score against St Johnstone, McLaren played the full 90 in another 5-1 victory.

Speaking via Zoom, McLaren said: “I’m over the moon to win. It has been an aim of mine to even be nominated, so to win is extra special. I’m enjoying contributing to the team from midfield and it seems to be working well for me and the team overall.”

“This is definitely the strongest Dundee United team we’ve ever had. We missed out narrowly on promotion last season but I think that has been a bit of a blessing in disguise. It has allowed us to build and I think we’re stronger for that. Here’s hoping we can push on and win the league in 2021/22.

Nominated for the SWPL 1 award was Aoife Colvill (Glasgow City) while Georgia Hunter (Heart of Midlothian) and Lisa Swanson (Kilmarnock) and Nicola Reid (Glasgow Women) were nominated for the SWPL 2 award.

October 2021 - Rachel McLauchlan (Rangers)
September 2021 - Colette Cavanagh (Hibernian)
June 2021 - Francesca Ogilvie (Aberdeen)
May 2021 - Priscilla Chinchilla (Glasgow City)
April 2021 - Brogan Hay (Rangers)
December 2020 - Lizzie Arnot (Rangers)
November 2020 - Lisa Robertson (Celtic)
October 2020 - Bayley Hutchison (Aberdeen)
November 2019 - Amy Anderson (Hamilton Academical)
October 2019 - Jamie-Lee Napier (Hibernian)
August/September 2019 - Brogan Hay (Rangers)
May 2019 - Neve Guthrie (Dundee United)
April 2019 - Michaela McAlonie (Spartans)
March 2019 - Chloe Docherty (Glasgow Women)
February 2019 - Rachel Walkingshaw (Heart of Midlothian)
October 2018 - Bayley Hutchison (Aberdeen)
September 2018 - Lisa Swanson (Kilmarnock)
August 2018 - Abbi Grant (Glasgow City)
June 2018 - Jade McDonald (St Johnstone)
May 2018 - Colette Cavanagh (Celtic)
April 2018 - Lauren Evans (Glasgow Women)
March 2018 - Chelsea McEachran (Central Girls)
November 2017 - Abbi Grant (Glasgow City)
October 2017 - Amy Anderson (Hamilton Academical)
September 2017 - Rachel Donaldson (Stirling University)
  • SWPL 2 POTM November 2021
  • Previous Winners

Chelsea Cornet of Rangers has been voted as the winner of the SWPL 1 Player of the Month for November 2021 while Jade McLaren of Dundee United is the winner of the SWPL 2 award.

Both players received the highest number of public votes as well as securing the most votes from the Head Coaches within both divisions.

In the month of November, Rangers won three out of three games starting with a comfortable 5-0 midweek win over Motherwell. Their most significant result though came in the form of a 1-0 away win against rivals and title contenders Celtic the following Sunday. They then required a stunning Cornet strike to see off Partick Thistle 1-0 in their last fixture which kept them top of the table.

In her role in midfield, Cornet played the full 90 minutes in all three games. She provided one assist against Motherwell and scored the vital goal to defeat Partick Thistle. She also boasted an 87% successful pass rate in the month.

Speaking via Zoom, Cornet said: “I’m honoured to have picked up this award. I’m thrilled to be in the squad, playing regularly, and contributing to this team. It’s nice, on top of being in the starting 11, to have my hard work and contribution recognised.

“I didn’t realise at the time how important the goal against Partick Thistle would be and I didn’t think much of it. Watching it back, it was a pretty special goal and obviously secured us three points which is the main thing. I’m delighted to be playing my part and helping this team stay top of the table.”

Cornet also secures back-to-back SWPL 1 Player of the Month awards for Rangers after Rachel McLauchlan picked up the October 2021 award and it’s the clubs’ third award of the year after Brogan Hay won April 2021.

In SWPL 2 Dundee United’s Jade McLaren was voted as Player of the Month as her side also won all three of their games in November by a margin of at least four games.

The versatile midfielder who previously played in defence scored five goals in the month, including a hat-trick in their 5-1 win over Stirling University. She grabbed a brace in the 6-0 away win to Queen’s Park and while didn’t score against St Johnstone, McLaren played the full 90 in another 5-1 victory.

Speaking via Zoom, McLaren said: “I’m over the moon to win. It has been an aim of mine to even be nominated, so to win is extra special. I’m enjoying contributing to the team from midfield and it seems to be working well for me and the team overall.”

“This is definitely the strongest Dundee United team we’ve ever had. We missed out narrowly on promotion last season but I think that has been a bit of a blessing in disguise. It has allowed us to build and I think we’re stronger for that. Here’s hoping we can push on and win the league in 2021/22.

Nominated for the SWPL 1 award was Aoife Colvill (Glasgow City) while Georgia Hunter (Heart of Midlothian) and Lisa Swanson (Kilmarnock) and Nicola Reid (Glasgow Women) were nominated for the SWPL 2 award.

October 2021 - Cara Henderson
September 2021 - Rachel Todd (Dundee United)
June 2021 - Francesca Ogilvie (Aberdeen)
May 2021 - Priscilla Chinchilla (Glasgow City)
April 2021 - Brogan Hay (Rangers)
December 2020 - Lizzie Arnot (Rangers)
November 2020 - Lisa Robertson (Celtic)
October 2020 - Bayley Hutchison (Aberdeen)
November 2019 - Amy Anderson (Hamilton Academical)
October 2019 - Jamie-Lee Napier (Hibernian)
August/September 2019 - Brogan Hay (Rangers)
May 2019 - Neve Guthrie (Dundee United)
April 2019 - Michaela McAlonie (Spartans)
March 2019 - Chloe Docherty (Glasgow Women)
February 2019 - Rachel Walkingshaw (Heart of Midlothian)
October 2018 - Bayley Hutchison (Aberdeen)
September 2018 - Lisa Swanson (Kilmarnock)
August 2018 - Abbi Grant (Glasgow City)
June 2018 - Jade McDonald (St Johnstone)
May 2018 - Colette Cavanagh (Celtic)
April 2018 - Lauren Evans (Glasgow Women)
March 2018 - Chelsea McEachran (Central Girls)
November 2017 - Abbi Grant (Glasgow City)
October 2017 - Amy Anderson (Hamilton Academical)
September 2017 - Rachel Donaldson (Stirling University)