Moors Ladies have further strengthened their squad ahead of the new season with the news that defender Brodie Grayson is to return for a second spell with the Club.
The 24-year-old made 16 appearances for Moors before moving away from the area to complete her university studies but has now come back to the area and signed on the dotted line.
Grayson has been in training with the squad during the early part of pre-season and has done enough to convince Moors’ management team to bring her into the squad for 2023/24.
A good reader of the game and a player blessed with plenty of physical strength, Grayson’s favoured position is centre-back and offers boss Billy Shackleton enhanced options in defence.
“Brodie has been on trial with us the last couple of weeks and she’s an experienced player who is already familiar with a lot of the girls in our squad,” explained Shackleton.
“She’s impressed us with her work in training and played an important role in our first game of pre-season at Norton at the weekend.
“I’m pleased to get this one over the line because she’s a good player who will add more depth to the squad for the long season ahead.”
Grayson is Shackleton’s sixth signing of the summer following the arrivals of Beth Enguita, Sophie Miller, Neve Jackson, Caitlin Bates and Shannon Reed.