Linfield Ladies FC held their annual Awards presentation evening in the Noel Bailie MBE suite in the South Stand at Windsor Park last night.
It was a successful season for the Girls in Blue who won the Premier League title for a second successive season and in addition also won the League Cup trophy.
The team also competed in the UEFA Champions League for the first time and this Season's league title success has ensured qualification for next season's UEFA Champions League.
Linfield's Colin McMaster was in attendance last night to take the photos of the main award presentations.
Above - main sponsor Stephen Dickson of Discount Blinds presents Lauren Perry with the Young player of the year award.
Above - player of the Match award sponsor Ronnie Morrison presents the manager's player of the year award jointly to Louise McFrederick and Jennifer McDade.
Above - main sponsor Stephen Dickson of Discount Blinds presents the players player of the year award jointly to Louise McFrederick and Lauren Perry.
Above - Linfield director Jonathan Lamont presents the Leading goalscorer award. In the absence of the winner, Kirsty McGuinness, the award is collected by her team mate Lyndsay Corry.
Above - Linfield star Lyndsay Corry with her father and grandfather as well as family friend Stephen Dickson along with the Premier League and League Cup trophies.
Above - player of the Match award sponsor Ronnie Morrison presents a special award to Megan Bell, leading goal scorer of all 4 teams in our UEFA Champions League group. Megan aged 16, made her senior international debut in a 3-1 win in Slovakia in midweek.
Above - main sponsor Stephen Dickson of Discount Blinds presents Linfield Ladies Swifts player of the year award to Zoe Kilpatrick.
Above - a leading sponsor of Linfield Ladies was the Linfield Supporters Trust and Peter Mullan of the Trust presents the Leading goal scorer award. In the absence of Caitlyn McGuinness, the winner, the award is collected by her team mate Casey Howe.
3 McGuinness sisters and their brother have all been on Linfield books this season. Kirsty McGuinness has been joined not just by her 2 younger sister but also her brother Caomhan McGuinness who's helped Linfield Swifts qualify for the Steel and Sons cup final on Christmas Day.
Above - Kirsty Cameron receives an award from Linfield director Jonathan Lamont
Above - Main sponsor Stephen Dickson of Discount Blinds with Andy Conn, the Linfield director responsible for Linfield Ladies FC along with the Premier League and League Cup trophies.