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Kim Little has capped a remarkable season by being named as the Players' Player of the Year at the FA Women's Football Awards at Wembley Stadium.
The Arsenal and Scotland midfielder also finished as Top Goalscorer in the National Division but was unavailable to collect her awards as she was at home celebrating her 20th birthday.
Katie Chapman was the winner of the England International Player of the Year Award for the second time and Sunderland midfielder Jordan Nobbs was the recipient of the Young Player of the Year Award.
After leading the club to their first ever domestic trophy, Leeds Carnegie's Rick Passmoor was named as Manager of the Year for the National Division, with the Northern and Southern Division awards going to Robbie Johnson (Liverpool) and Tracey Kevins (Barnet) respectively. The other Top Goalscorer awards went to Cheryl Foster of Liverpool, who netted 20 times for the Northern Division title winners, and Barnet striker Stacey Sowden.
Sue Prior's 25 years of service in women's football was marked with her receiving the Special Achievement Award and the Fair Play Award went to Liverpool, a fitting reward for a side which won a league title without having a single player booked or sent off in the entire season.
The full list of award winners were:
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