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Georgia Bowers nominated as Young Player of the Season

Ascot United Ladies youngster is the latest player nominated following her performances in the SRWFL

Georgia Bowers nominated as Young Player of the Season

Another Ascot United Ladies youngster is up for an EPC sponsored Bracknell Football Award after Georgia Bowers was nominated in the category of Young Player of the Year.

Bowers is, according to the nomination: “A great talent who goes from strength to strength each season. Contributing by assisting in many of the teams goals this season she is a true fighter on the pitch who just doesn’t give up, 100% work rate. She may be one on the youngest on the ladies team but she manages to stand up against a range of competitors and does so with great sportsmanship.”

The Yellawomen were promoted to the Southern Region Women’s League Premier Division last season with Bowers playing 21 games and scoring 11 goals in all competitions and this season played 19 times scoring twice.

Nominations open! Know someone deserving of recognition? Nominate them for a Bracknell Football Award here

The step up between divisions in women’s football shouldn’t be underestimated but Bowers started all 19 of Darrell Evan’s sides fixtures this season. 12 months ago Ascot United’s Amy Woollard was joint winner of the Young Player of the Season award.

If you think Georgia is deserving of the ‘Young Player of the Season’ award or you have someone who you’d like to nominate for any category, please fill out the form below to cast your vote! Don’t forget to post your team of the season here.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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