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#Women'sFirstTeam #Awards #AshleighNeville #RachelWilliams #MollyBartrip

Recognition for Ashleigh, Rachel, Molly and Josie

Mon 09 May 2022, 12:00|Tottenham Hotspur

Ashleigh Neville, Rachel Williams, and Molly Bartrip have taken home the honours in the 2021/22 Spurs Women end-of-season awards.

Full-back Ashleigh has been rewarded for an eye-catching season in our colours, claiming both the Player of the Season and Juniors’ Player of the Season accolades, as voted for by our supporters.

Fans also selected forward Rachel Williams’ stunning curled effort against Arsenal at Meadow Park in September as our Goal of the Season.

Centre-half Molly Bartrip scooped the PFA Community Champion award after her work away from the pitch to raise awareness around the importance of mental health.

It comes as deserved recognition for the trio after making key contributions at their respective ends of the field during our second full season in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League (WSL).

Ashleigh, who won the Player of the Season award in her debut season five years ago, had a standout year and became the Club’s first-ever recipient of the WSL Player of the Month award in February.

The marauding full-back made the most tackles and interceptions of any player in the league and showed her cutting edge registering two goals and assists. 

Rachel may be coming to the end of her 11th year in the WSL but her eye for goal remains as sharp as ever, the 34-year-old gave us the perfect start in the delayed quarter-finals of the 2020/21 Vitality Women’s FA Cup in September with a scorcher of a strike into the top corner.  

After making the switch from WSL rivals Reading last summer, Molly has swiftly established herself as a lynchpin of our defensive unit.

The 25-year-old centre half showed her strength off the pitch in February when she bravely spoke out about how she overcame battles with anorexia and depression as a younger player.

Appreciation was also shown to two of our longest-serving players, Josie Green and Ashleigh for reaching over a century of appearances in our colours.

Central midfielder Josie, who joined the Club in 2016, has played a key role in our journey and wore the captain’s armband after the retirement of former long-serving captain Jenna Schillaci in June 2020.

The 29-year-old was part of the squads that won the quadruple during the 2016/17 season and achieved promotions to the Championship and WSL.

Congratulations to Ashleigh, Rachel, Molly and Josie and thank you to all our supporters who cast their votes.