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Manchester City striker Toni Duggan scooped the majority of votes in the England Women's Player of the Year poll on the England Supporters Club website after a fine 2014 for Mark Sampson's side.
The 23-year-old bagged six goals in ten games, including a hat-trick as England team crushed Montenegro 9-0 in a World Cup Qualifier.
Her overall record of 14 goals in 24 internationals is an impressive return and she will be looking forward to performing at the World Cup in Canada later this year.
Meanwhile the England Women's Youth Player of the Year award has been won by Arsenal midfielder Leah Williamson.
17-year-old Williamson played 14 times for the Three Lions across three different age groups during the last 12 months, scoring twice. She also helped her club to win the FA Women's Cup in May.
The awards will be presented to the players when they meet up with England for their first games of 2015.
"It's a great honour for me to receive this award," Toni told www.TheFA.com. "I would like to thank all the fans who voted and also thank them for the great support they have given the team and myself this year.
"Awards like this mean so much, but I must point out the magnificent job the team has done, not only in securing World Cup qualification but the way in which we have achieved it.
"It has been a brilliant 2014 and hopefully we can build on this with a massive year ahead."
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