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Lucy Bronze has been named as the PFA Women's Player of the Year for 2014.
To complete a good night for the reigning FA WSL Champions, team mate Martha Harris carried off the inaugural PFA Women's Young Player of the Year award.
The award rounds off a memorable year for 22-year-old Lucy who made her England debut last summer and has since established herself as a regular in the centre of defence, as well as winning a WSL winners medal last season.
She beat off competition from team mates Natasha Dowie and Nicole Rolser, as well as fellow nominees Siobhan Chamberlain, Jordan Nobbs and Kim Little.
Martha Harris was a member of the England side which reached the Final of the UEFA Under-19 Championships in Wales last August as well as helping Lincoln Ladies to the Continental Cup Final, before joining Liverpool during the winter.
The other nominated players for the award were Danielle Carter, Issy Christiansen, Lucy Bronze, Jordan Nobbs and Alex Greenwood.
For the first time, a PFA Women's Team of the Year was announced at the annual awards. The selected players were: Siobhan Chamberlain, Lucy Bronze, Martha Harris, Gemma Bonner, Jemma Rose, Fara Williams, Jordan Nobbs, Gemma Davison, Nicole Rolser, Natasha Dowie, Danielle Carter.
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