She also took a bronze in the 100m butterfly and 200m IM.
Keelan Fitton won silv er in the English 50m breaststroke while bronze medals were also won by Adam Law (2) and Chloe Hirst.
Swimmers had to be ranked in the top 24 in Britain or top 20 in England to qualify for the event, and it was a tough competition.
British finalists for BoK were: Avril Bowler 100brst 5th, 200brst 9th; Jonny Booth 100free 6th; Keelan Fitton 200brst 7th; Martha Bradley 100brst 10th, Milly Boulding 400free 7th, 800free 5th; Rebecca Thornton 400free 10th.
Additional BoK swimmers qualifying: Chloe Hirst, Sam Loizou.
English Championships: Milly Boulding 100free gold; Keelan Fitton 50 breaststroke silver; Adam law 400IM bronze and 1500 free bronze; Chloe Hirst 200IM bonze; Milly Boulding 100fly bronze and 200IM bronze.
Other English finalists: Martha Bradley 5th 50m brst; Avril Bowler 10th 100free; Adam Law 6th 400free and 5th 200m back; Chloe Hirst 7th 800m free; Holly Pearson 10th 100m back; Katie Scott 8th 200m back; Emily Hirst 9th 100m brst; Keelan Fitton 6th 200IM. TOWN Ladies player Kate Mallin savoured a memorable career moment after being named FA WPL Premier Division Players’ Player of the Year at The FA’s Women’s Football Awards.
The 28-year-old played a crucial role in Huddersfield’s relegation battle last season to help them finish 11th in the table, above Nottingham Forest and demoted Newcastle United.
Her most prolific performance was to score four times in Huddersfield’s 5-2 thrashing of Forest. Mallin came through the club’s ranks after joining Town as an 11-year-old and hopes to replicate her deadly form in front of goal during the current season.
“It’s a great achievement,” she said. “We didn’t have the best season last year, but personally, I had a good campaign and picked up player of the season for the premier league.
“Hopefully I’ll score a few more goals this time round. I’ve got off to a good start so far.
“I don’t know why I’ve been so deadly in front of goal. I suppose being confident in front of the net plays a big part.”
The awards recognised the achievements of clubs, players, staff and the excellent work by volunteers at grassroots level.
The awards also highlighted the success of The FA’s Gameplan for Growth, launched earlier in 2017, which aims to double participation and the fanbase of the women’s game by 2020.
For more information and to see all the award winners visit www.thefa.com/forgirls and join the conversation online using the hashtag #FAWomensAwards. ■■Town Ladies Under 18s travel to Wisewood Girls today (11am) having put 10 past Steel City Wanderers without reply.
Hat tricks from Courtney Livsey, Macy Ellis and Harriet Waller as well as one from Jess Barrow won the game for Town.
Town Under 14s beat Doncaster Belles 5-0.
Alex McKie put Town ahead before Tamara Wilcock made it 2-0.Three goals then came in the final five minutes from McKie, Gaby Pearson and Mia Harris.
The three new players – Amy Almond, Ruby Mills and Mia Harris – all showed their potential with solid performances. And the whole team played well.
The Under 14s are at home today against Rotherham Hornets (10.30am).
Town Ladies Under 12s won 6-1 at Crosspool Juniors after dominating large spells and with Hannah Burgess scoring five!
She was player of the match, while the other strike was an own goal in the first half.
Next up is a home game against Sheffield Wednesday (10.30).