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Genero Adran League awards

Cardiff City Women full back Ffion Price is the winner of the Genero Adran League Player of the Season.

The 24-year-old becomes the first ever recipient of the award, having won the vote ahead of Cardiff Met Women goalkeeper Annabel Sweeney and Swansea City striker Stacey John-Davis, who won the Golden Boot with 14 goals to her name.

It was a double success for Cardiff City Women as Lily Billingham was named as Young Player of the Season, ahead of her team mate Phoebie Poole and Barry Town Utd striker Mackenzie Olden.

Cardiff Met Women’s Yzzy Taylor won the Manager of the Season award, whilst Swansea City duo Chloe Chivers and Claire Skinner were the recipient of the Goal of the Season award and Golden Gloves respectively.

Rosie Hughes, who scored a staggering 36 goals for Wrexham this season, was named as Player of the Season in Genero Adran North and her manager, Steve Dale, was Manager of the Season. Madison Williams, who helped Llandudno Ladies win the title, is the Young Player of the Season.

The Player of the Season award in Genero Adran South was won by Cascade Youth Club attacking midfielder Annaliese Lewis, with Swansea University captain Emily Freeman being named as Young Player of the Season. Craig Morgan-Hill, who guided Abergavenny Women to the title, was Manager of the Season.

The respective Teams of the Season were also announced for each division at the awards.