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Hat-tricks are not an unusual achievement for Sunderland striker Beth Mead and the 20-year-old went home with three trophies following the FA Women's Football Awards at Wembley Stadium.
The prolific goalscorer was the winner of the prestigious FA WSL 1 Players' Player of the Year award at the ceremony and was also voted as Vauxhall England Young Player of the Year, as well as being FA WSL 1 Top Goalscorer for her 12 goals in her first season at that level.
Meanwhile Doncaster Rovers Belles hot shot Courtney Sweetman-Kirk also achieved her division's 'double', being named as FA WSL 2 Players' Player of the Year to go with her Top Goalscorer award.
Lucy Bronze has enjoyed a memorable year and the Manchester City defender was the recipient of the Vauxhall England Player of the Year award.
Emma Hayes was FA WSL Manager of the Year in recognition of guiding Chelsea to their first title as well as the SSE Women's FA Cup and Helen Mitchell received the equivalent in the FA Women's Premier League.
Dave Coyle was the winner of the Outstanding Contribution to Women's Football award for his many years of service at Portsmouth.
The full list of winners were as follows:
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