Defender Samantha Quayle has signed a new contract with FA Women’s Championship club Lewes for the coming season.
The 24-year-old utility player, who primarily plays as a full-back, has spent the last two seasons at The Dripping Pan.
Lewes boss Simon Parker has started to put his squad together for 2020/2021 this week and it has been revealed that Quayle is the latest player to commit her immediate future to The Rookettes. The news was broadcast by Lewes via their official Twitter account earlier today.
We’re delighted to announce that @SamanthaQuayle has put pen to paper on a new contract!
— Lewes FC Women (@LewesFCWomen) July 25, 2020
Quayle started her career with Bristol Academy before dropping down the footballing pyramid to join Coventry United. The defender spent one year with the Warwickshire club before later going on to represent Yeovil Town and Portsmouth.
Since joining latest club Lewes, Quayle has been an important member of the squad at The Dripping Pan. She has made 28 appearances in the FA Women’s Championship in her two seasons with the Sussex club, including eight appearances last season as Lewes finished in eighth position.