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Loren Dykes recognised in New Year Honours

Bristol City Women captain, Loren Dykes has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours for her services to women’s football in Wales.

Last season saw Dykes reach a century of international caps for Wales making the full-back the second most capped Welsh player behind, Jess Fishlock.

The 31-year-old won her first senior cap against the Netherlands in 2007 and played in every match of Wales' 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup qualifying campaign.

The full-back also plays a big role in inspiring the next generation of women’s footballers in Wales as she also coaches the Wales Women Under-15s, alongside her commitments to Bristol City Women.

The City Women skipper is in her eleventh season with the club and continues to lead by example both on and off the field for Tanya Oxtoby’s side.

Everyone at Bristol City would like to congratulate Loren for this outstanding achievement.

 


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