Wycombe Wanderers Women revealed their end of season award winners on Saturday, to conclude the 2023/24 season.

All three squads came together at Adams Park to celebrate the collective and individual successes of 2023/24.

The trophies up for grabs included Golden Boot, Players' Player of the Season, Recognition For Continuous Development, Manager's Player, The David Roberton Award for an Outstanding Contribution to Women’s Football, and The Wycombe Sound Award.

Golden Boot:

First Team: Katie Riddington

U23s: Shannon Read

U18s: Poppy Lloyd

Katie Riddington and Shannon Read picked up their Golden Boot awards for the second consecutive seasons, whilst U18s new arrival Poppy Lloyd secured her first trophy for the Chairgirls. 

Players' Player of the Season:

First Team: Emily McCartney

U23s: Milanna Cadore

U18s: Millie West

Often thought of as the most prestigious award of the evening, Emily McCartney, Milanna Cadore and Millie West all stated their gratitude to their teammates for the recognition of their efforts.

Recognition for Continuous Development:

First Team: Molly Carter

U23s: Elena Mitchell

U18s: Abbie Read

These three young players were recognised by their teammates for their development and hard work throughout the season.

Manager's Player:

First Team: Kine Andersen

U23s: Milanna Cadore

U18s: Mia Parkin

Whilst Kine Andersen and Milanna Cadore were awarded for their performances and efforts in their retrospective teams, Mia Parkin was recognised for her contributions to all three squads; having primarily featured for the U18s, she went on to play 13 games for the U23s and finished the season with five first-team appearances at just 16 years old.

The Dave Roberton Award for an Outstanding Contribution to Women’s Football:

Nigel Kingston and Tony Hector

Head Coach and First Team Manager Carl Simon said “Nigel Kingston and Tony Hector were worthy recipients of The David Roberton Award for all they have done for Wycombe Wanderers Women on behalf of the Trust.

"On a personal note It was a great privilege for me to give them this award, especially with Tony now taking a step back as we merge with the Foundation."

The Wycombe Sound Award:

Kine Andersen

“Wycombe Sound wanted to acknowledge the strong connection with Wycombe Wanderers Women by giving an award to a player who contributed to a show and left a lasting impression.

"As a community radio station we considered Wycombe Wanderers Women as a huge part of our community.

"As such the recipient of the first Wycombe Sound broadcast community partner award goes to Kine Andersen.” - Colin Besley