Williams named Goalkeeper of the Year

Canberra United custodian Lydia Willaims was named Goalkeeper of the Year at the Westfield W-League awards last night whilst Sydney FC's Kyah Simon was named Player of the Year on the way to claiming a treble triumph.

Canberra United custodian Lydia Willaims was named Goalkeeper of the Year at the Westfield W-League awards last night whilst Sydney FC's Kyah Simon was named Player of the Year on the way to claiming a treble triumph.

Sydney FC-s Kyah Simon has scooped the pool at Westfield W-League awards claiming the esteemed Julie Dolan Medal, Young Player of the Year and Hummel Golden Boot Award in Sydney.

The clutch of awards capped off a stellar season for Simon scoring 11 goals in 12 matches.

Simon-s Sydney FC team mate Heather Garriock received the Goal of the Year Award for her finish to a beautifully constructed team effort in the opening round of the season against Brisbane Roar at Ballymore Stadium.

Although Sydney FC lost the Westfield W-League 2011 Grand Final, Head Coach Alen Stajcic was named the Westfield W-League Coach of the Year.

Melbourne Victory claimed the Fair Play Award for the accruing the least number of yellow and red cards.

Kate Jacewicz picked up the Referee of the Year award after earlier this year receiving her FIFA referees badge.