Darren Marjoram takes over as Cambridge United Women’s manager
Darren Marjoram has become Cambridge United Women's new manager.
The former St Ives Town Ladies boss will bring a wealth of experience to the U's, and was recently named the Hunts FA grassroots coach of the year.
Ben Yeomans remains with the U's as first-team coach.
"I'm delighted to be joined Cambridge United Women at the start of what will hopefully by an exciting season," said Marjoram.
"It's a big challenge, but one I am relishing.
"I have known quite a few of the people here for a few years now, and Ben, especially, is someone I have an excellent relationship with.
"We share a lot of the same ideas, and I am looking forward to working together and continuing all his outstanding work.
"The opportunity to work with him, the coaches, staff and a squad of very talented players is something I am very excited about.
"I am sad to leave a great club in St Ives Town, and I cannot thank all the board, the players and the staff enough for all their hard work and support over the last six years.
"Now I am fully focused on working with everyone at Cambridge United Women to achieve the goals we are setting oruselves for this season and the future."
United chair Vicky Hoover added: "We are absolutely delighted to have Darren with us.
"He is a well-respected and excellent coach. Darren and Ben have great chemistry and they will be a formidable duo going forward. Darren is here to win games, he's motivated and excited with the challenges ahead, and this has given everyone a boost.
"Ben has led the team excellently over the last two seasons, and he will remain as a hugely important presence within the team and the club."