Swindon Town have completed the signings of Lauren Kayll, Laura Morgan, Lauren Bulley, Kirsty Miles and Shannon Redhouse as Jamie Lloyd-Davies continues to shape his squad.

Former Swindon Town academy goalkeeping coach Jamie Lloyd-Davies was appointed first team manager at the end of August, and having had time to assess his squad, has made five acquisitions ahead of 2020.

Lauren Kayll signs from Royal Wootton Bassett Town.

17-year-old Kayll helped Wotton Bassett Town achieve promotion to the SWRWFL Premier division last season and made eight appearances for table-topping Bassett, finding the net on five occasions, before making the switch to the Robins.

The young attacking prospect also represents Hartpury College.

Lauren Bulley joins from Highworth Town Ladies.

Teenager Lauren Bulley starred as a youth player, helping Highworth Juniors lift the Wiltshire FA U16 Girls Cup in May, before making the step up brilliantly to first-team football, scoring 18 times in just eight games this season.

Bulley was second highest scorer in the division before making the switch to Lyold-Davies’ side.

Familiar face returns as Laura Morgan puts pen to paper.

Laura Morgan previously played for Town for a number of years was a member of the 2015/16 South West Division One title winning squad before departing the club.

Morgan re-joins the Robins bringing a wealth of experience.

Kirsty Miles signs from Marlborough Town.

Miles puts pen to paper to join the Robins having featured ten times for the Wiltshire County Women’s & Girls League Division 1 outfit this season, scoring a healthy return of 6 goals.

Much like Lloyd-Davies’ other signings, Miles’ move will provide a fantastic opportunity to test herself at the highest ranked Wiltshire based women’s team in the FA WNL.

Shannon Redhouse joins from Melksham Town.

Redhouse was part of Melksham Town’s taple-topping squad prior to becoming a Robin.

Redhouse has previously played for Charlton and Gillingham, where she spent seven years at their Centre Of Excellence before departing and then re-joining the club two years later. During her time with the Gills Redhouse enjoyed a second-place finish and featured in the Division One South East title winning squad.