Suzanne Winters (née Grant) – born 17 April 1984 – is a former Scottish footballer, who played as striker.
She made 104 appearances for the Scotland national team between 2000 and 2013, making her international debut aged 16 despite not playing for a senior women’s team.
Her twin sister, Shelley Grant, has also played for Scotland.
Grant played in the Scottish Women’s Premier League (SWPL) for Glasgow City, Hibernian, Celtic and Motherwell and in the FA Women’s Premier League (FA WPL) for Arsenal and Keynsham Town.
She won domestic trebles with both Hibernian and Arsenal, and scored eleven goals on her debut for Motherwell. She retired from playing in 2017.
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