Amanda returns for what is now her 3rd stint with the Reds so far clocking up 88 appearances between the posts.
Having previously served the club between 2015-2018 and again briefly last season up until the summer break. Dotted in between these spell’s in Red the Meath woman has graduated firstly from Central Connecticut State University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Analytics before recently gaining her Masters degree in the same topic via the University of New Haven.
The Irish underage international goalkeeper played a total of 63 college games across the Atlantic for her two Alma Mater’s.
Amanda began her footballing journey with St Ultans Ladies Football Club on the outskirts of Navan before progressing to Trim Celtic and to her final destination the Shelbourne Girls Academy sides.
During which time she represented the club at inter-provincial tournaments, Ireland U17 and U19 levels. Winning Under-17’s international player of the year back in 2016.
Prior to the Reds entering a side in the Women’s national league as it was then Amanda spent a season with Raheny United’s senior side but returned to Tolka Park when the two clubs amalgamated ahead of the 2015/16 season.