Composed on the ball and at the back. 

Moving to the club from Rangers in 2018 - Leah’s journey since arriving in Leith certainly hasn’t been an easy ride. A major knee injury brought her play to an imminent stop not long after her debut against Celtic - before a worldwide pandemic saw her development further stifled. A terrible run of luck, eh? 
Thankfully that never lasted - and she very quickly made up for lost time. She was voted the Club’s Player of The Year in that stop/start season in 2020/21 and made her full international debut a year later, playing in the Pinatar Cup against Slovakia. She made her 50th appearance for Hibernian not long after. 
Forming a nearly unbreakable partnership with Poppy Lawson and learning from the likes of Joelle Murray and Siobhan Hunter - Leah has developed into a leader on the field - and can play across the defence, as well as the midfield - as is her hunger to get in the pitch. 
Called up once again by Pedro Martinez Losa for this year’s edition of the Pinatar Cup, don’t be surprised if she’s put on corner duties - she’s had a habit of scoring them lately. 

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