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Wales International Joins Bristol City Women On Loan

Charlie Estcourt has joined Bristol City Women on a short-term loan from Reading.

The midfielder becomes the Vixens’ second signing of the transfer window and goes straight into the squad for tomorrow’s match with Oxford United (6pm).

Despite being just 18-years-old, Estcourt boasts a vast amount of international experience will Wales and City boss Willie Kirk believes she will prove a useful acquisition.

"It’s great news for us and it’s exactly what we needed,” he said.

"Charlie brings bags of energy and is a really exciting addition to the squad. 

"For such a young player to have the experience she has at international its fantastic and a coup for us to add that youth and experience in one signing.”

City Women take on Oxford at Stoke Gifford Stadium in their first match for just over a month.

To book tickets for the Bristol City Women v Oxford United game click here.

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