Vote on your Women's Young Player of the Year
Updated: Mar 30, 2022
Will Jaydee, Charley or Connie get your vote?
Voting is now open for the Supporters Trust Women's Young Player of the Year.
This season's nominees have each had a wonderful season for a host of different reasons and our shortlist have come down to the final three of Jaydee Seaman, Charley Prouse and Connie Pengelly.
The Women have had a record breaking season with attendance figures smashed, record FA Cup runs and back-to-back appearances in the Devon County Cup final, with the final next month.
Our three nominee's have each been influential in their own way, but if you're still conflicted on your vote, check out the final three's profiles below.
Signing from Plymouth Argyle in April 2021, Jaydee made an instant impact to the City defence, with a commanding display in last season’s Devon County Cup victory.
A vocal and combative defender, Jaydee has been an integral part of a defensive unit that has kept nine clean sheets this season, only three less than the record for an Exeter City Women’s side, with games still to play.
An effervescent personality, Jaydee is popular among players and supporters and looks set to play a leading role in future successes for the team.
An Exeter College Women’s Football Academy player, Charley has combined studies to become a prominent part of the Senior squad this season.
At seventeen years old, Charley’s strength and athleticism has seen her develop into a key part of a successful Grecians back line. Scoring with a fantastic long range effort in the season opener, Charley’s composure in possession has become a considerable strength to her game and watching her fulfil her potential will be something the Management and Supporters can look forward to in the seasons ahead.
In her first full season at National League level, Connie has consistently delivered goals, currently sitting second in the top scorer’s chart.
With League and FA Cup hat tricks to her name already, Connie has shown her ability to not only score against teams in City’s division but also against teams in the division above. Another student at the Exeter College Women’s Football Academy, Connie has a composure and confidence in front of goal that defies her eighteen years of age.
With twenty goals so far, you can anticipate more before City’s campaign comes to an end, and for Connie Pengelly to be a name that you will continue to hear plenty more of in the coming seasons.