ITFC Women Sign Keeper Runnacles
Thursday, 8th Aug 2019 19:38
Ipswich Town FC Women have signed experienced goalkeeper Nikita Runnacles.
The 28-year-old began her career at Colchester United and has also played for Millwall, West Ham, C&K Basildon and Billericay Town, where she was number one last season.
In addition, Runnacles is a very well respected coach currently working towards both her outfield and goalkeeping UEFA A licences.
She holds roles as the Essex RTC, where she coached alongside ITFC Women’s boss Joe Sheehan, at Barking Abbey School and also coaches England’s U15s.
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