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Ashlee joins Gills signing spree
 Women's Football News 30 Jul 2009
Gillingham have sensationally signed National Division and former England under-19 striker Ashlee Hincks.
Ashlee spent last season in the top flight with WFC Fulham before switching to Watford. She also previously played in the National Division with Charlton Athletic.
Ashlee has great international pedigree, having been capped around twenty times by England at various age groups.
On putting pen to paper, Ashlee, who comes from Sittingbourne, commented: "I am really pleased to join my local club and want to succeed with the club. I am looking forward to the season and a fresh challenge."
Gillingham also recently announced the signings of England youth international Natalie Crinean and Jodie Mugford from Millwall Lionesses to help boost their challenge in the South East Combination this season.

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