Tash Dowie scoops FAWSL ‘Goal of the Month’ for January

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Congratulations to Tash Dowie who has won the award for January’s ‘Goal of the Month’ for her sensational chip over Demi Lambourne in the 11th minute when Reading played host to league debutants Leicester City.

Related: Natasha Dowie makes it six games unbeaten for Reading FC Women

The Barclay’s FA WSL Goal of the Month nominees

The competition bar was set high for the month and there was some fantastic goals scored by her WSL counterparts.

Lauren Hemp (Manchester City) v Brighton
Laura Coombs (Manchester City) v Brighton
Jade Pennock (Birmingham City) v Reading
Emma Harries (Reading) v Birmingham City
Tobin Heath (Arsenal) v Manchester City
Erin Cuthbert (Chelsea) v West Ham
Beth Mead (Arsenal) v Brighton

Related: Watch as Emma Harries stuns Birmingham City with a brilliant winner

The winning goal

Reading were quick on the counter from a Leicester attack with one touch passes from Lily Woodham to Deanne Rose before a smartly weighted ball from Belgian signing, Justine Vanhaevermaet, rolled into the path of a charging Dowie, who took a first touch to knock it on and a second to lob an unsteady and scrambling Lambourne.

Dowie currently sits joint third for goals alongside Chelsea’s Fran Kirby and Arsenal’s, Kim Little having all scored six goals this season.

Dowie was also in contention for ‘Player of the Month’ alongside Manchester United’s Leah Galton and Aoife Mannion, Arsenal’s Beth Mead, Birmingham City’s Lucy Quinn and completing the nominees was Manchester City’s Georgia Stanway. Leah Galton was crowned winner. Reading FC Women manager, Kelly Chambers, was up for ‘Manager of the Month’ too alongside Manchester City boss Gareth Taylor and the winner Mark Skinner, the man in charge of Manchester United.

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