London Bees bring forward Rosie Kmita to the Hive, the 23 year old having finished last season by helping Gillingham get promoted.
Kmita played alongside twin sister Mollie at Cambridge United earlier last term, with Brighton and Spurs among the duo’s former clubs.
“My expectations of the season are high, I think it will be real success, Rosie Kmita told londonbeeswsl.com. We’ve been working really hard in training and the demand from Luke [Swindlehurst] and the coaching team has been high. I feel we will be more than ready as a group of players for when the season starts.
“The girls, if I’m honest, were one of the main reasons I was so set on joining London Bees from the start. They have all welcomed me into the group and the environment in the changing room and around training is perfect.
“I’m most looking forward to the challenge of playing with and against great players. I think in order to grow and reach your full potential you have to surround yourself with those type of players so from an individual perspective that will be great for me.”
Head Coach Luke Swindlehurst has spoken of his delight at securing Kmita’s signature.
“Rosie is a really good character and her positive attitude along with hard work and technical ability makes her another valued member of the squad.
“She has genuine pace, which in the modern game is vital to have within the squad. I’m confident Rosie will make a big impact at London Bees and we all welcome her to The Hive in this exciting period of the club’s history.”