Hibernian Ladies’ Jamie-Lee Napier has been named Scottish Building Society SWPL Player of the Month for October.
Napier has been in sensational form for Grant Scott’s high-flying side, who clinched second spot in the league with Sunday’s win over Forfar Farmington.
The award comes as a timely boost ahead of Sunday’s SSE Scottish Women’s Cup Final against Glasgow City at Tynecastle Park.
She who won her first senior Scotland call-up back in August, edged out Clare Docherty (Kilmarnock), Donna Paterson (Forfar Farmington) and Kirstie Mcintosh (Hamilton Academical) in the public vote, which was hosted on the Scottish Building Society website.
She scored four goals across the month, which included wins over Forfar Farmington and Rangers.
Jamie-Lee said: “I’m delighted to have won this award. October was a strong month for us as a whole and I’m pleased to have played my part in the success.”
Paul Alexander, Head of Business Development & Strategy at Scottish Building Society added: “A huge ‘well done’ to Jamie-Lee for winning the award.
“She was narrowly defeated in the May voting but managed to go one step further this time around.”
Remember, Jamie-Lee and her team-mates are hoping to round off another successful season in style in Sunday’s SSE Scottish Women’s Cup Final against Glasgow City.