Family Ties - Big signing for our Senior Women
It is with great pleasure that we welcome to the club, Jaymee Dudley our new recruit for the Senior Women's team.
Jaymee's father Graham was of course one of the greats at Beaumaris, a previous Director of Football and a player in the over 35 and still a part of the Beaumaris family. Son Morgan also club legend as he gained his hospitality skills in the canteen as a young lad.
Jaymee has played in Australia for Skye United winning championships in U14 and U16 plus Southern Blue Tongues in the old summer Champions League winning the U16 championship and represented Victoria as a State Rep player in U13’s. At 14 she moved in to senior womens football at Casey Comets starting in State 4 then WPL Reserves and then WPL Seniors by 15 before going to the UK on a 9 week break and experience with Birmingham City WSL (Womens Super League). During the visit she was invited to go back on a permanent basis so at 16 she relocated on her own to Birmingham as part of their WSL Female Development program where she also studied and represented Solihull College earning a runners-up and winners medal in the English Schools FA Cup (top college team of the country) Jaymee also came away from this time with a Bachelors Degree in Applied Sport Science and was a constant starting player in the Birmingham City WSL reserves.
In between all of this she has been on tours to Singapore and Sweden representing Australian academies and Birmingham City.
A short visit back to Aust also saw Jaymee support Bayside United in the NPLW before she re-located for good back in 2018 playing for Berwick socially in the 2019 season.
Welcome Jaymee, we're all looking forward to seeing you on the pitch and being a part of such an important year at Beaumairs