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Gareth Bale wins Wales player of the year award for sixth time

Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale has won Wales’ player of the year award for the sixth time. Stoke City midfielder Joe Allen also picked up two awards, winning players’ and fans’ player of the year. Exeter’s 16-year-old starlet Ethan Ampadu won the national sides young player of the year.

The Welsh celebrations are well deserved following a brilliant showing at Euro 2016 in France this summer. Wales reached the semi-finals but lost 2-0 to eventual winners Portugal after topping their group ahead of rivals England. En-route to the last four, they also beat Northern Ireland and Belgium.

Because of Wales’ summer success, additional awards were presented. Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey was named the nation’s player of the tournament, Hal Robson-Kanu won the Welsh goal of the tournament award and Ben Davies won moment of the tournament for his goal-saving block against Slovakia.

Bale’s himself also had another memorable year, and his sixth player of the year win capped it off. Madrid’s most expensive galactico helped his side to Champions League glory for the 11th time in their history in May. However, despite continental success, Madrid only managed to finish second in La Liga behind Barcelona and were knocked out of the Copa del Rey early on.

Allen played a huge role in Wales’ historic campaign and was named in Uefa’s official Team of the Tournament.

Wales women were also recognised at the awards ceremony. Liverpool forward Natasha Harding was named women’s player of the year, whilst her club teammate Sophie Ingle won both the women’s fans’ and players’ player of the year.

After a successful summer at Euro 2016, there is more pressure than ever before for Wales to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. They face Serbia at home on November 12 in a Group D qualifier. They currently sit third in the group behind their opponents and Northern Ireland but could go top if results go their way.