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Natalie Staneff has joined Leeds Carnegie on the eve of the new season.
Natalie, 26, is based locally but joins from Nottingham Forest where she spent three seasons and can play as a centre half or as a defensive midfielder.
"Playing with international players week in, week out, will develop me further as a footballer," said Natalie. "I am really looking forward to the start of the season, especially after the residential training camp we have just had.
"The aims and goals of the club for this season and the coming seasons are something that I want to be a part of."
Meanwhile, Rachel Daly and Fliss Middleton are the latest players to be promoted to the first team squad from the reserves, following in the footsteps of Gemma Bonner and Jess Clarke.
"Nat is a player who will bring a further dimension to the squad and competition for the starting eleven," said Leeds manager Rick Passmoor. "I'm looking forward to working with her this season.
"Rachel and Fliss fully deserve their step up into the first team. It's a testament to the work Reserves manager Gemma Grainger has done, and reiterates our strength in producing local, home grown talent through a successful youth system."
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