Anthony Caceres and Sarina Bolden have been voted by their peers as the PFA’s Austraffic Player of the Month for March.

The duo’s form throughout the month of March was recognised by the players, receiving the most votes out of 11 nominees to claim top honours.

Caceres put together a brilliant stretch of form last month and was key to Sydney FC’s mid-season revival in the heart of midfield.

The veteran was central to their Sydney Derby drubbing of Western Sydney Wanderers and scored in their 2-0 victory over league leaders Central Coast Mariners, along with claiming an assist in a 2-1 loss away to Wellington Phoenix.

“It’s a great feeling to have your performances recognised by the players across the league,” Caceres said.

“I am extremely grateful to be selected among some other great nominees across the league and it’s an honour to be named the Player of the Month. I would like to thank the club and all of my teammates who allow me to be able to play my best football.”

Meanwhile, Bolden’s brilliant season continued in March, helping the Newcastle Jets secure a finals berth for the first time since 2018.

The Phillipines international scored once against Western United and added five assists, including three in their rampant 8-0 win over Adelaide United.

Bolden ended the regular season with a stunning 12 goals and nine assists, leading all comers in the assists charts.

“It’s a special one for me, because I’ve been voted by the players,” Bolden said.

“It’s good to know that my peers think that of me and think that i’ve been performing well in March. I’m just very grateful for that because I think that’s the biggest one to win. It’s not off other peoples opinions that aren’t playing right here, right now in the season.

“I’m proud, I’m happy that everyone thought that and I hope I can continue to make a good impact.”