Tyler Toland has been shortlisted for a top award by the PFAI.
The St Johnston woman is among three nominees for the PFAI International Women’s Player of the Year.
Toland is nominated alongside Leanne Kieran and Denise O’Sullivan for the award.
The winner will be announced at the PFAI Awards Dinner on Saturday night at the The Marker Hotel in Dublin.
The Sion Swifts midfielder broke onto the Ireland senior team last year, when she became Ireland’s youngest ever senior international, and has become a key part of Colin Bell’s squad. Toland has returned from injury and is in a training camp with the Irish squad this week in Abbotstown.
Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan is also shortlisted for an award, the Harps boss among the nominees for PFAI First Division Manager of the Year.