• Ashleigh Sykes during round eight W-League match between Canberra United and the Brisbane Roar, December 2015 Canberra (Matt King/Getty) (Getty Images)Source: Getty Images
Canberra United striker Ashleigh Sykes won the W-League's player of the year at last night's Dolan Warren Awards in Sydney. And see who the other W-League award winners were.

27 Apr 2016 - 9:04 AM  UPDATED 27 Apr 2016 - 9:09 AM

It was a popular choice:

And this summed up the Canberra United player tweets about the win:

Sykes is currently playing in Japan for Harima Albion in the Nadeshiko League Division.  Lisa De Vanna and Clare Polkinghorne accepted the medal on her behalf. 



Young Footballer of the Year and Golden Boot Award: Larissa Crummer (Melbourne City) 

Crummer scored 11 goals in the 15/16 W-League season to earn the golden boot

Players' Player of the Year: Kim Little (Melbourne City)

If that wasn't enough, the current Seattle Reign player: 


Goalkeeper of the Year: Kaitlyn Savage (Adelaide United)

Goal of the Year: Vanessa Di Bernardo (Perth Glory, round 5)


Coach of the Year: Craig Deans (Newcastle Jets)

Referee of the Year: Kate Jacewicz

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