Kim Little celebrated her 20th birthday yesterday, picking up two separate awards at the 12th annual FA Women's Football Awards hosted at Wembley.
The Arsenal forward won the Umbro Top Goalscorer (National Division) award and The FA Tesco Players' Player of the Year award, after her 22-goal haul helped fire the Gunners to their seventh consecutive Women's Premier League title.
Arsenal were also named the Tesco Club of the Year after enjoying another successful season despite a raft of high profile departures and they came agonisingly close to winning another League and Cup double, only for Natasha Dowie's late strike to deny them another piece of silverware and send the FA Women's Cup up to Everton for the first time in 21 years.
Meanwhile, one former Gunner, midfielder Katie Chapman, who is now playing her trade in America for Chicago Red Stars, was named the Nationwide England International Player of the Year following a number of impressive performances for her country during their FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifying campaign. Arsenal's centre half Faye White was also named as one of the International nominees.
Unfortunately, neither Little or Chapman were available to collect their awards but there were a number of other worthy recipients who did make it to Wembley's Bobby Moore Suite for a celebration of Women's football.
The awards were hosted by BBC Sport's Jacqui Oatley and were attended by 250 of the biggest names in the Women's game, including representatives from the England Women's senior squad. British Olympic gold medallist Denise Lewis was also on-hand to present the Arsenal manager Laura Harvey with their Club of the Year award.
The full list of all 14 award winners is as follows:
Umbro Top Goalscorer (National Division) - Kim Little, Arsenal (22 goals)
Umbro Top Goalscorer (Northern Division) - Cheryl Foster, Liverpool (16 goals)
Umbro Top Goalscorer (Southern Division) - Stacy Sowden, Barnet (17 goals)
The FA Young Player of the Year - Jordan Nobbs, Sunderland
The FA Club Media Award - Leeds Carnegie
The FA Club Marketing Award - Doncaster Rovers Belles
Tesco Manager of the Year (National Division) - Rick Passmoor, Leeds Carnegie
Tesco Manager of the Year (Northern Division) - Robbie Johnson, Liverpool
Tesco Manager of the Year (Southern Division) - Tracey Kevins, Barnet
Tesco Club of the Year Award - Arsenal
The FA Fair Play Award - Liverpool
Nationwide England International Player of the Year - Katie Chapman
Tesco Players' Player of the Year - Kim Little, Arsenal
The FA Special Achievement Award - Sue Prior