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City Women land Scottish duo

Bristol City Women FC can confirm the signing of Lucy Graham and Eartha Cummings for the 2018/2019 Women's Super League season. 

Midfielder Lucy Graham arrives from Scottish side Hibernian FC, whilst goalkeeper Eartha Cummings joins from Spartans FC. 

Graham will bring plenty of attacking purpose and drive in the heart of the midfield for the Vixens, whilst Cummings will bolster manager Oxtoby’s goalkeeping options. 

In their short careers so far both players have made the step up to the international stage with Graham having been capped at senior level by Scotland and Cummings has also represented Scotland at Under 19 level.

Graham believes Bristol is the perfect place to experience English football: “Bristol was definitely the right move for me, I’m excited to get down to business and experience the Women’s Super League.

“There’s a great culture here at Bristol City Women and I’m glad I can be a part of what is developing here.”, said the Scottish midfielder. 

Goalkeeper Cummings said: “It’s a great environment here at Bristol with exciting times ahead of the club. 

“Everyone’s really motivated to hit the ground running come the start of the season.”


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