Sent Her Forward honours 2016/17 – part three: the Dream Teams

Sent Her Forward’s end-of-season awards conclude with those long-awaited dream teams – and there’s a twist this year.

Collage of Roseanne Fine, Danni Cutler and Laura Rafferty (Photos: Crawley Wasps LFC/Beckie Kirkham/Geoff Penn/BHAFC)

Roseanne Fine, Danni Cutler and Laura Rafferty make their respective Dream Team starting XIs (Photos: Crawley Wasps LFC/Beckie Kirkham/Geoff Penn/BHAFC)

Welcome to the third and final part of this year’s honours – surely the most comprehensive in women’s football. Continue reading

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Sent Her Forward honours 2016/17 – part one

Composite photo of Emma Wood, Roy Stannnard, BHASVIC and Jack Wheeler (Photos: Dawn Keegan, Sent Her Forward and Julian Hart)

Emma Wood and Roy Stannard, BHASVIC college team and Jack Wheeler’s Gillingham have all enjoyed great seasons (Photos: Dawn Keegan/Sent Her Forward/Julian Hart)

Season’s over – but the celebrations continue. At least, here at Sent Her Forward they do. The much-anticipated honours are back, with some new categories, some familiar names and some to look out for in the future.

Welcome to part one of the Sent Her Forward honours 2016/17. Continue reading

Club award winners 2016/17

Charley Wilson-Blakely, Emma Alexandre and Chreelle Khassal, Chichester City's players' player, fans' player and manager's player of the year, with manager Liam Greenfield, June 2 2017 (Photos: Caroline Henry-Evans)

Chichester City’s Charley Wilson-Blakely, Emma Alexandre and Cherelle Khassal all won top club awards (Photos: Caroline Henry-Evans)

Sent Her Forward recognises the players and officials honoured by their clubs. These are the award-winners who have come to my attention. Let me know if you want your winners added.

And don’t forget Sent Her Forward‘s own end-of-season awards – including the People’s Choice, selected from nominations by you – coming soon. Continue reading

The People’s Choice: who deserves a Sent Her Forward honour?

Lauren Dolbear in action for Lewes v Fulham Foundation. Photo: James Boyes

Lewes’s Lauren Dolbear won recognition in Sent Her Forward’s Premier League dream team and in the People’s Choice category last season (Photo: James Boyes)

Sent Her Forward’s end-of-season honours remain a much-talked about and highly regarded way of recognising the immense contributions made by so many people to women’s and girls’ football. Continue reading

Sent Her Forward honours 2015/16 – part three: the Dream Teams

Who’s in, who’s out? Sent Her Forward concludes the season review with the pick of the players

Jay Blackie, of Brighton, and Rachel Johnson, of Abbey Rangers, in action (Photo: James Boyes/Julia Hoare)

Jay Blackie, formerly of Brighton, and Abbey Rangers’ Rachel Johnson are key players in Sent Her Forward’s dream teams (Photos: James Boyes and Julia Hoare)

Welcome to the final part of Sent Her Forward’s season review – and it’s the one I suspect will get people talking most of all – the dream teams. Continue reading

Sent Her Forward honours 2015/16 – part two

Sent Her Forward continues to dish out the gongs to the key contributors to another great women’s season

Action from Chichester City v Swindon Town, Sep 11 2015 (Photo: Neville Dalton/Sent Her Forward)

Chichester City and Swindon Town were not only two of the top sides of the season but they featured in one of the best matches, too

Welcome to part two of Sent Her Forward’s end-of-season awards, recognising the best of another compelling season of women’s and girls’ football. Continue reading