Taylor, Mollie

Mollie moved from Buckland Athletic in April 2021.

On Signing, Abbie Britton, the manager/coach said 

"Mollie is tenacious and aggressive and offer strength to our defensive options, an area we have struggled with for numbers recently. Mollie can play as well and will really help us progress heading in to the new season."

Mollie made her debut for Exeter City when they returned to action for the first time in four months on the 17th of April 2021in a Devon Women’s Senior Cup tie against Feniton at the Sports Hub.
Mollie scored on her debut and the following was "tweeted" by ECWFC. 

"Esme Kilburn-Thompson wins the corner and Zoe Watkins' delivery is headed home by Mollie Taylor on her debut"

The following was from an article on the club website on the 18/4/2021

"Mollie Taylor is a name that will be synonymous with Plymouth Argyle Women’s Team supporters, making over 150 appearances for the Pilgrims at a higher level than City’s current National League standing. Mollie made the switch to Buckland Athletic in the Summer of 2020, appearing in all their games last season. With versatility in her game and a strong defensive leader, Mollie will offer a significant composure and quality to City’s back line."
"On completing her transfer, Mollie expressed her desire to be part of a team that pushes for a high league finish in 2021/2022. “Since arriving I can honestly say that there is a lot of talented and well disciplined players within the Club. I can see we are in a good position for the future. I am delighted to have signed and hope to help take the team further. I have had experience in the Premier Division and maybe we can compete for the Title this season and see ourselves playing at a higher standard? I see the Club as more than capable of doing that.”

"Exeter City Women's Mollie Taylor has won September's Vospers Goal of the Month award for her stunning strike against Southampton Women on September 5.

The goal was a fine team move, which was started at the back by Abbi Bond, the Grecians would move the ball through defence and midfield before Mollie Taylor was found on the edge of the box around 25-yards from goal, she would unleash a rocket of a shot into the top corner."

Goal of the Month

At the End of Season Awards for 21/22, Mollie won the following:- 
Exeter City Womens Supporters Club Player of the Year 

Mollie Taylor made her 50th City apperance for Exeter WFC on the 22nd February 2023 at At Austell. 

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