Lauren Brennan joins Forfar Farmington
Northern Ireland International Lauren Brennan has joined SWPL Forfar Farmington from Sion Swifts.
Brennan joins Northern Ireland team-mate Billie Simpson in joining the Scottish Club ahead of the new season.
She made her international debut in 2015 against Switzerland in a Euro qualifier.
At the age of 25 Brennan has plenty of experience as the striker played Grindavik in Iceland for two years before a spell in Australia was cut short with an ACL injury.
She is a proven goalscorer and once scored 5 in one game as well as claiming an assist for Grindavik.
Northern Ireland manager Kenny Shiel’s rates the striker highly and he named her in his first squad for a training camp back in June.
Head Coach Ryan McConville said commenting “ I am delighted to get the quality of Lauren on board, having tried previously in my managerial career. She is a striker of international pedigree and I have every belief that once she is back to full fitness after her injury, she will be a massive asset to both our club and for Northern Ireland.
Farmington got their SWPL Cup campaign off to a winning start with a 2-0 weekend away victory at Kilmarnock and get their league campaign started against Motherwell on Sunday afternoon.
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