Glasgow City midfielder Mairead Fulton has been named SWPL player of the month for February.
She played in all three of City’s matches last month as they picked up maximum points, scoring 18 goals.
Fulton provided five assists, with four in their 8-1 victory at home to Partick Thistle, including an incredible four in their 8-1 victory at home to Partick Thistle. She also delivered the final ball for two own goals.
The 28-year-old becomes the first City player to win the award this season after Priscila Chinchilla back in May 2021.
Glasgow City are currently top of the table, six points ahead of Celtic with current champions Rangers a further point behind.
The nominees for the February SWPL award were Carla Boyce (Motherwell), Caitlin Hayes (Celtic), and Kirsty Howat (Rangers).
Gordon wins SWPL 2 award
In SWPL 2, Lauren Gordon becomes the first Montrose winner of the award after their promotion to the league at the start of the season.
Gordon, who joined from Aberdeen in December, has helped her side move to the top of the table and now six points clear of their nearest rivals.
In February, the forward scored three goals in two games as Montrose secured maximum points. Gordon’s goals included the opener in their 5-1 win over East Fife and the only goal in their crucial 1-0 away win over Kilmarnock.
The nominees for the SWPL 2 award the nominees were Lauren McGregor (Kilmarnock) and Jane O’Toole (Gartcairn).
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