ISLAMBAD President Pakistan Football Federation (PFF), Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, has dedicated Best Woman Player Award of National Womens Football Championship to Diya Football Clubs midfielder Misha Dawood, who lost her life on the ill-fated Air Blue plane that crashed in Islamabad on July 28. It will be known as 'Misha Dawood Trophy from now on in the annual National Women Championship, said Faisal. He further said: Its difficult to think that Misha is no more in playing arena and it is big disappointment for her colleagues and women football community. A one minutes silence was observed before the start of the match between Diya FC and Punjab at the Jinnah Stadium on the day of air crash to pay tribute to Misha and same thing happened at Karachi later in the night when Karachi Energy faced Islamabad United in the second semi-final of Super Football League at Peoples Sports Complex, Karachi. Misha rose to prominence two years ago when she scored a hat-trick against Sindh Soccerities in the inaugural National Women Football Club Championship 2008 at Colony Sports Stadium, Malir Town. A second year student in University of California, Berkeley, Misha was upcoming soccer player and a dedicated student. She was called Maradona by her teammates. She was on her way to join the Diya Club for the sixth National Women Football Championship when the plane crashed. Daughter of Ghaffar Dawood and Zeb, Misha was born at Lahore on August 21, 1990. She moved to Karachi when she was in primary and later on attended the Karachi American School until ninth grade before moving to the Karachi Grammar School (KGS). After graduating from the KGS in 2009, Misha journeyed to Berkeley, fulfilling a lifelong dream. She continued to feed her passion for sports in Berkeley, practicing yoga daily and joining Rowing - the womens lightweight crew team mid-year.