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Rianna Jarrett arrived at the club in a January FAWSL transfer deadline day deal from Wexford Youths.
She signed a six-month deal and scored two goals on her debut in a 3-0 win over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup;.
Jarrett begain her career at Wexford Youths in 2011, before moving to the States to take up a scholarship with the University of Tennessese to play for the UT Martin Skyhawks.
She returned to Wexford in 2015 and has remained with the Irish side for the past five years. In both 2018 and 2019 she was also named the Women’s National League Player of the Season. She scored her first senior international goal in October during Ireland’s 3-2 win over Ukraine in a Euro 2021 qualifier.
Jarrett: We're lucky to be playing
The striker believes that teams in the WSL are in a fortunate position to be able to carry on playing.
Albion quartet face Euro qualifiers crunch
O'Sullivan, Jarrett, Green and Heroum face crucial qualifiers this week.
Jarrett: Patience was the key
The striker reflects on a first WSL goal that secured all three points against the Hammers.
Jarrett: I nearly quit after injuries
Albion striker on her long journey to becoming a full-time professional.
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