Surrey Storm have confirmed that Emily Gulvin will once again be part of the squad in 2021.
The 23-year-old has grown from strength-to-strength during her three seasons in duck egg blue – making the jump from the Storm NPL squad to the Superleague.
Establishing herself as a key part of Mikki Austin’s team, Gulvin will be looking to continue her impressive start to her career in the 2021 campaign.
Emily joins Mikki Austin and Yasmin Parsons once again for the new season – ensuring the core of Surrey Storm remain in place for another year.
Thrilled to have re-signed, Gulvin said: “I’m really excited to have signed with Storm for another year.
“I’ve really missed training and playing these last few months so I couldn’t wait to be back!
“I love working with Mikki and our other coaches and I’m keen to keep developing as a player and see us continue to develop as a team. The team environment at Storm is always positive, supportive and challenging and I’m looking forward to building on previous relationships.”
“Another amazing part of playing for Storm is the fans. They are so supportive and dedicated and I can’t wait to be playing in front of our home crowd again soon!”
Mikki Austin added: “Emily Gulvin offers us such a dynamic and speedy option in the midcourt so we are so excited to resign her for next season and beyond.
“As someone who has been part of Surrey Storm’s NPL system and seen her playing career all the way through to the Superleague, Emily is the epitome of what our programme is all about – hard work, dedication and resilience
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