CARRIE Jones has completed a whirlwind week with another top award and Welsh cap.

The Newtown teenager and emerging football star was in Cardiff’s Sophia Gardens on Friday for the inaugural Wales Online Young Sports Star Awards.

Jones was joined by the sports stars of 2019 in being recognised for their achievements.

Jones scooped two awards with the teenager named ‘Elite Performer of the Year’ before being recognised as ‘Overall Young Female Sports Star of 2019.’

Jones emerged though the ranks of Berriew Junior Football Club before her outstanding potential saw her join the Welsh development programme in Newport.

As part of the programme Jones took on the gruelling four hour round trip from Mid Wales to Gwent three times a week for training sessions and matches.

Earlier this year Jones made her senior Welsh debut against the Faroe Islands aged just 15, setting a new record for the youngest capped player in Welsh women’s football history.

Jones was joined by Cardiff City team-mate Maria Francis-Jones of Llanidloes on the Welsh bench for Tuesday’s goalless draw in Belfast against Northern Ireland.

Francis-Jones was selected in her first international senior squad and will now look to emulate Jones in making her Welsh debut in the remaining qualification matches during the New Year

The result dented both side’s prospects of qualification for the European Championships in 2021 with Norway four points clear at the top of group C.

The match completed a memorable week for Jones.

Proud mother Joyce said: “To be nominated then shortlisted is an achievement in itself and to go on to win is amazing.

“As parents we are both very proud of her.

“It was amazing to see all the inspirational and talented children, teachers and coaches that are involved within sport in Wales at the moment.”