Baptiste arrives with a wealth of experience after 11 years with the north London side, which included winning the league at White Hart Lane - doing so unbeaten. Furthermore, Baptiste was named Player of the Match, and amongst the goalscorers when Spurs secured promotion to the Women’s Super League via the play-offs.
Manager, Dean Davenport, is already pleased with what he is seeing from the latest addition to the Eagles: "Fantastic to have Bianca on board, I really feel our team is coming together and really looking forward to the season.
"Bianca has already fitted in very well in training and we can't wait to see the partnerships evolve with the other players."
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