Corsie took home the top award for the Westfield W-League side, voted as the 2018/19 Player of the Year after an outstanding first campaign in the league as Captain of United.

The Scottish international has been part of a much-improved backline this season under Heather Garriock and has anchored the squad with her leadership as well.

After one of the best season-long displays of goalkeeping in the league Khamis was awarded by her peers as the 2018/19 Players’ Player, earning their votes with some heroic saves and immense performances at key times throughout the campaign.

United’s fans picked out South African forward Rhoda Mulaudzi as their Supporters’ Player of the Year, following a stellar first season in the Westfield W-League which has seen her score in four of the five completed home games so far.

Laura Hughes was the final award winner for the Westfield W-League team, taking home the University of Canberra Rising Star award for a campaign that saw her make her first ever start and pick up an increased role in the middle of the park.

Awards were also presented for United’s second season in the Foxtel Y-League, with Brodie Clarkson taking home the Player of the Year award for a strong season after joining from Wollongong.

James Fletcher, who recently headed to the United States to pursue a scholarship opportunity was voted as the Players’ Player of the Year and local youngster Lucas Mauragis was picked as the Rising Star of the team.

The 2018/19 season Volunteer of the Year award went to Declan O’Neale for his outstanding contribution to the club.

Player of the Year | Rachel Corsie
Players’ Player of the Year | Shamiran Khamis
Supporters’ Player of the Year | Rhoda Mulaudzi
University of Canberra Rising Star | Laura Hughes

Foxtel Y-League Awards 

Player of the Year | Brodie Clarkson

Players’ Player of the Year | James Fletcher

Rising Star | Lucas Mauragis

Volunteer of the Year | Declan O’Neale