England duo Lauren James and Lauren Hemp lead the way as six nominees for the Women's PFA Young Player of the Year award are revealed

Lauren James, Lauren Hemp, Maya Le Tissier

The PFA Awards have been a highlight of the footballing calendar for 50 years, and the organisation have now revealed the shortlist for the 2023 Women's Young Player of the Year, with six brilliant players fighting it out for the award.

The 2021/22 winner, Lauren Hemp, looks to retain her title for the second-year running while three new nominees enter the fray along with two returnees in Chelsea star Lauren James and Manchester United ace Maya Le Tissier. Newcomers Katie Robinson from Brighton, Liverpool's Missy Bo Kearns and Aston Villa's Laura Blindkilde round out the top six.

Find out more about the six-woman shortlist below...

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