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CALLING IT QUITS
Havertown's Sinead Farrelly retires


Pennsylvania native Sinead Farrelly began he pro career with the Philadelphia Independence.
Pennsylvania native Sinead Farrelly began he pro career with the Philadelphia Independence.
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SEATTLE – Sinead Farrelly has announced her retirement from professional soccer. The Havertown, Pa., native spent four years in the National Women's Soccer League, but missed the entire 2016 season while on the injured list. She registered three goals and tallied two assists during her four years in the NWSL.

Farrelly began her professional career with the Philadelphia Independence of Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS), after being drafted second overall in the 2011 WPS draft out of the University of Virginia. After the WPS folded, the midfielder played for the New York Fury in the WPSL Elite before signing with Apollon Limassol of the Cypriot First Divison.

Farrelly made 52 appearances in her NWSL career, which includes one season with FC Kansas City in 2013 and two with Portland Thorns FC in 2014 and 2015. The midfielder spent 2016 with the Boston Breakers after being traded by Portland, but was placed on the disabled list and never played in a match for Boston.

Seattle Reign FC obtained the rights to Farrelly after selecting the midfielder off the NWSL Re-Entry Wire this past October.
   
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