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Steph Houghton has been voted as the England women's player of the year at the inaugural FA England awards at St George's Park.
The award caps a remarkable 12 months for the Arsenal utility player who won the league and cup 'double' domestically, helping England qualify for the Euro 2013 Finals and she made national headlines when scoring the first goal for Team GB in the Olympic Games, against New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium. She followed this up with further goals against Cameroon and Brazil, the latter giving her side a 1-0 win at Wembley.
Casey Stoney finished as runner-up and Jill Scott was in third place.
The England women's team meanwhile were voted as winners of the Club England Team of the Year award.
Everton players walked away with the two other women's awards - Toni Duggan was voted as Women's Under-23 Player of the Year, beating off competition from Jordan Nobbs and Gemma Bonner, whilst Alex Greenwood was Women's Youth Player of the Year with Leah Williamson in the runner-up position and Sherry McCue in third.
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