Republic of Ireland star Rianna Jarrett is among the players who have been nominated for the Women's National League Player of the Year.

Jarrett has scored 27 goals this season for Wexford Youths, who defended their FAI Cup title last weekend following a 3-2 victory over Peamount United. Wexford Youths also finished third in the league.

In addition to playing a key role for the Youths, Jarrett has also starred for Ireland during their Euro 2021 qualifying campaign so far.

She scored a goal in their hard-fought victory over the Ukraine last month and has been named in the squad that will travel to face Greece for their next qualifier outing on Tuesday.

Peamount duo Eleanor Ryan-Doyle and Megan Smyth-Lynch have also been included among the player of the year nominees, as has fellow team-mate Áine O'Gorman, who retired from international football last year.

Shelbourne pair Jessica Ziu and Emily Whelan feature in the nominations for the young player of the year award, along with Sadhbh Doyle of Galway Women's.

The So Hotels Women's National League awards will take place on Saturday, 16 November at the Castle Oaks Hotel in Limerick.

The awards will begin at 7.30pm with both awards set to be presented on the night as well as the Golden Boot award and the Team of the Season.