Spartans confirm hattrick of contract extensions

The club are delighted to confirm that Ronaigh Douglas, Tegan Reynolds and Hannah Jordan have all extended their contracts with The Spartans Football Club.


The trio – who have made a combined 417 Spartans appearances between them (Douglas 225, Reynolds 122 and Jordan 70) – have all extended their deals with the club until the summer of 2025, after serving as core members of the current squad.



Ronaigh Douglas, one of our longest serving players, commented on her new deal: “’I’m delighted to re-sign for Spartans – a club which has been a huge part of the highs and lows in my life. I’m excited to see what this season will bring and hopefully we can continue to grow the game by engaging on and off the pitch with young players from our Girls Academy, and beyond.


Entering her third season with the club, midfielder Hannah Jordan said: “Re-signing for Spartans is an exciting and happy moment in my football journey. There were many ups and downs last season but as an individual I feel I have developed as a player, and a person. I can’t wait for the new season begin and look forward to getting back on the pitch in early July.”



Tegan Reynolds rehabilitation journey from ACL surgery back in May 2023 continues to progress well with everyone, along with Tegan, hoping for a well deserved return to the pitch during pre-season. Reynolds said: “I’m delighted to be re-signing with a club that means so much to me. The ambition of the club really excites me and I’m looking forward to returning to the pitch next season after a difficult period out with injury.”


Head Coach Jack Beesley commented: “I’m delighted to have Hannah on board next season, having deservedly won Supporters’ & Players’ Player of the Year this season. She has an excellent attitude, desire to win and personality, and has huge capacity to continue developing. Ronaigh is Spartans through and through and is a pleasure to manage. Her versatility and adaptability was key for us last season, performing excellently in a number of roles. Her knowledge of the club and number of games she has amassed at a young age will be vital for us again next year. Having Tegan back will be like a new signing for us. Her dedication and resilience has been exceptional during her injury and it was only right she was afforded time to continue her rehab in a familiar and comfortable environment. I’m confident she’ll have a big role to play this season and I’m looking forward to seeing the quality she brings”