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Megan Walsh arrived at the club in July 2019 from Yeovil Town.
Walsh began her career at Aston Villa before she joined Everton in 2013, and made the step up to FA Women’s Super League football.
Following two years on Merseyside, the shot-stopper had a spell at Notts County in 2015, before agreeing to join Yeovil for the 2017 FA WSL Spring Series, in a deal that would be extended following County’s liquidation.
The keeper also represented Great Britain at the 2017 University Games, and featured for England up to under-23 level.
She was Hope Powell's first choice goalkeeper in her first season, keeping three clean sheets in 15 appearances.
Walsh made 15 appearances during Albion’s record breaking 2020/21 WSL campaign, as they finished sixth – their highest ever league position.
She kept six league clean sheets, including a run of three consecutive shut-outs in a four-match winning run, that started with a victory over eventual champions Chelsea.
In November 2021, Walsh received her first call-up to the Republic of Ireland squad, having qualified through her Wexford-born grandfather.
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