The Jamaica Football Federation sincerely congratulates the captain of Jamaica’s Senior Women’s National Team, the Reggae Girls, Khadija Shaw, who has been voted the Football Writers’ Association Women’s Player of the Year in England’s Women’s Super League for the current season. Shaw received a record 53 percent of the votes, indicating the tremendous impact she had on Manchester City, and the overall quality and consistency of her performances this season. She managed to score 21 goals and engineered three assists in 18 games before injury curtailed her season. “This award is a beautiful feather in her cap and a massive advertisement for Jamaica’s football,” said JFF President Michael Ricketts. “I am happy to see the consistency in quality shown by Khadija. She has always been a top player, but her standard has risen a notch this season. This augers well for the national team in the future. We wish her all the best on the road to recovery,” he concluded. Shaw is only the third Jamaican to have won this award after John Barnes (1987-88, 1989-90) and Raheem Sterling in 2019.

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