Women's Player of 2014 contender: Gemma Bonner

Tuesday 02 Dec 2014
Gemma Bonner scored her first England goal in March

Gemma Bonner scored her first England goal in the 3-0 Cyprus Cup win over Finland in March.

Anita Asante broke the deadlock in the first half before Bonner headed home Alex Greenwood’s in-swinging free-kick at the near post to double the Three Lions’ lead.

Gemma Bonner

Club: Liverpool
DOB: 13/07/91
Caps in 2014: 3
Goals in 2014: 1

The 23-year-old’s maiden international goal came in her second game of the year after she came off the bench in the 1-1 draw with Norway in January, head coach Mark Sampson’s first match in charge.

Bonner’s final game of 2014 was the resounding 10-0 win over Montenegro, a result which ensured England’s 100 per cent record in World Cup qualifying.

On the domestic front, things couldn’t have gone much better as Bonner captained Liverpool to their second successive FA WSL 1 title.

The Reds pipped Chelsea and Birmingham City to the title on the final day of the season.

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By FA Staff