Jess Driscoll scooped two trophies at the end of season awards for the Posh Women.
The Peterborough United Women’s End of Season Awards took place in the Caroline Hand Executive Suite at the Weston Homes Stadium on Saturday evening with Jess Driscoll picking up two trophies following an excellent campaign.
The midfielder was named the Players’ Player of the Season and the Supporters’ Player of the Season with Kayleigh Aylmer named the Manager’s Player of the Season after a strong impact following her arrival midway through the campaign.
Elloise Copson was named the Young Player of the Year while fellow teenage defender Niamh Connor scooped the Goal of the Year accolade for her strike against Roade. Meanwhile, Nicole Hendrick, who has enjoyed a number of first team appearances towards the back end of the campaign, was named the Manager’s Player of the Season within the Development Squad while Olivia Wheatley picked up the Supporters’ Player of the Season.
Pheobe Richards-Reeves won the Young Player of the Season award within the Development side while Amy Gore won the Players’ Player of the Season gong. Jamie Porter picked up the Goal of the Season for her strike against Thrapston.
The awards were hosted by Paolo Iantosca with manager Dan Lawlor and Women’s General Manager Bobby Copping both delivering speeches. Assistant manager Ant Rigby has left his role with the club. We would like to thank him for his work and wish him well for the future.