Jordanne Greenough rejoins Bethel

Jordanne Greenough (stripes – right, on ground) in action at Llanfair this season. Picture: IAN FRANCIS

CPD Merched Bethel have re-signed Anglesey-based forward Jordanne Greenough.

The 27-year-old began her career with Llangefni Girls aged 14 and a year later signed for Caernarfon Town Ladies.

She was a big success at The Oval under manager Keith Fearns, netting 34 goals in the 2010-11 season.

With the Canaries she won two Welsh Premier northern conference titles, reached two Welsh Premier play-off finals and played in a Welsh Cup final.

Greenough later joined Llandudno’s Welsh Premier League side and played in the 2015-16 Welsh Cup final against Cardiff City FC Women.

In 2019-20, she was top-scorer for Llandudno before the club resigned from the Welsh Premier.

She moved to Bethel at the same time as Tudno team-mate Fflur Williams and both scored on their debuts.

This season Greenough rejoined Llandudno, but has now opted for a return to San Seilo.

Known for her pace, she can play in several positions, including striker, winger and full-back.

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