Prior to Sunday’s Women’s Super League match with Liverpool, Everton Ladies captain Dan Turner was presented with a special shirt to mark passing 100 appearances for the Club.
New Ladies boss Willie Kirk awarded her with a jersey signed by Toffees teammates just before watching Everton record a 2-1 over their city rivals.
Centre of excellence graduate Turner has been a mainstay of the side ever since making her debut against Cardiff City in the FA Women’s Cup during the 2013-14 campaign.
In that time, she has featured in the FA Women’s Cup final defeat to Arsenal in 2014, helped the Blue Girls win the 2017 WSL 2 Spring Series title and become Club captain.
“I am really proud and honoured to have reached 100 appearances for Everton,” said Turner. “Hopefully there are many more to come.
“As a young kid, you just want to play football as much as you can. Every time I have put on that Everton shirt, I wear it with pride and passion. To do so over 100 times now is a special moment for me.
“This is a Club that is very close to my heart and means an awful lot to me. Every time I walk out onto that pitch I give my all for Everton Football Club and I will continue to do so.”