Goalkeeper Lizzie Durack returned to Everton in the summer of 2017.
She linked up with the Blue Girls off the back of completing her studies in economics and neurobiology at Harvard University in the United States, where she played for their varsity side.
Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, she was picked up as a youngster by Western Sydney Wanderers, making a handful of appearances in the W-League.
Despite inclusion in Australia’s Under-17 squad, Durack travelled to England to train with the Lionesses’ Under-19s squad, her eligibility coming through her mother.
She impressed and linked up with the Toffees in 2013, before going on to help England reach the final of the European Under-19s Championships later that year.
A year later she joined up with the senior Lionesses side for the Cyprus Cup and made her debut with a late cameo against Finland. Since then, she has gone to Canada to represent the Under-20s in the World Cup in 2014 and the Under-23s.
Starting the WSL 1 season as the Blue Girls' first-choice keeper, Durack made 18 appearances but the form of Kirstie Levell saw her drop to the bench.
At the end of the campaign, she was allowed to join league rivals Chelsea.