The nominees for the PFAโ€™s Austraffic Player of the Month award for February have been revealed.

10 players from across the A-Leagues are up for the player-voted accolade. 

PFA Members will receive a link from the PFA to vote on the nominees this week. Take a look at the nominees, below!

Liberty A-League Women

Sarina Bolden (Newcastle Jets)

The Newcastle Jets attacker had a brilliant month, scoring four goals and tallying two assists in three matches. Bolden scored three of those goals in the Jets’ 3-0 win over Brisbane Roar, where she was unplayable from start to finish at Maitland Sports Ground. She now has 11 goals for the season and sits second in the Golden Boot standings, while her performances have helped take the Jets into sixth on the ladder as they look to lock in a finals berth for the first time since the 2017-18 season.

Alana Cerne (Western United)

Cerne has been central to Western United’s turn in form over the last month. The centre-back played every minute throughout February, helping Western win all three of their matches which has taken them top of the A-League Women’s ladder. Cerne’s performance against Wellington Phoenix was a standout where she registered a season-high five tackles en route to her side keeping a clean sheet in a 3-0 victory.

Kayla Morrison (Melbourne Victory)

Melbourne Victory’s undefeated run continued in February, which was helped in part by the performances of Kayla Morrison. The centre-back’s performances went a long way to helping her side climb back up the table into fourth off the back of two wins and a draw. Morrison’s standout performance came in their 4-0 win over Western Sydney Wanderers, where she curtailed the influence of star striker Sophie Harding and registered an assist for Victory’s third goal of the contest.

Bianca Galic (Central Coast Mariners)

Galic’s performances throughout February were central to the Mariners’ hugely impressive month. The midfielder played every minute for the Mariners, and impressed enormously in their huge 3-1 win on the road against Perth Glory, where she scored and tallied an assist for Kyah Simon’s first goal of the season.

Chloe Logarzo (Western United)

Logarzo’s return to her best football has been one of the best stories of the A-League Women’s season. Her recent body of work has been as good as any in the competition, particularly in February where she scored three goals in three games, including a match winning brace against Brisbane Roar. Logarzo’s performances earned a recall to the Matildas squad for their February Olympic Qualifiers against Uzbekistan.

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Adam Taggart (Perth Glory)

Taggart’s brilliant season continued in February, with the striker scoring four goals in four games to help Perth Glory breathe life into their season. The striker’s performances against both Melbourne City and Brisbane Roar were particularly notable, with Taggart scoring in Glory’s come from behind wins at HBF Park. He now sits third in the Golden Boot race with 12 goals for the season.

Apostolos Stamatelopoulos (Newcastle Jets)

Stamatelopoulos’ incredible season back in the A-Leagues continued in February, with the Jets forward surging to the top of the Golden Boot standings after scoring four goals in four games of his own. The Newcastle Jets striker – who now has 14 goals for the season – fired home a brace in their 3-3 draw with Western Sydney Wanderers, along with important goals in draws with Melbourne Victory and Macarthur FC.

Scott Wootton (Wellington Phoenix)

The English defender was a rock in the heart of the Wellington Phoenix defence throughout February. Wootton played every minute of their five games last month, as the ‘Nix only conceded two goals throughout this period and kept three clean sheets en route to retaining their status atop the A-League Men standings.

Jake Girdwood-Reich (Sydney FC)

Girdwood-Reich has been one of the breakout stars of the A-League Men’s season, and he continued his brilliant campaign in February. The versatile Sydney FC youngster played every minute throughout the month, helping the Sky Blues stay undefeated with his solid performances in the heart of defence. He also added a goal in their 2-2 draw with Western United.

Josh Nisbet (Central Coast Mariners)

The Mariners midfielder continued his fine season in February, helping the reigning A-League Men’s champions climb into second place on the ladder. Nisbet was a constant solid performer throughout their wins in the heart of their midfield, while also providing plenty of attacking drive in the final third.