Former Bohemians striker Georgie Kelly has completed his move to League One Rotherham United.

The English side said that Kelly had signed a three-and-a-half-year deal subject to international clearance.

He joins Ireland international Chiedozie Ogbene and Ireland U21 Joshua Kayode at the Millers, who are in third place and contending for automatic promotion to the Championship.

Donegal native Kelly, who was named PFAI Player of the Year last month, was a free agent after rejecting the offer of a new deal at Dalymount.

The 25-year-old was the League of Ireland Premier Division's top scorer last year with 21 goals.

Bohs have already lost Republic of Ireland U21s Ross Tierney (Motherwell, undisclosed fee) and Andy Lyons (Shamrock Rovers) while a third, Dawson Devoy, is believed to be a target for MK Dons.

"We think he could be one we have as a target-man going forward. He's that type, who wants to get his head on crosses, he’s a willing worker and a bit of a gladiator," Rotherham manager Paul Warne told the club's website.

"He’s a player we’ve watched since the summer, he had a good season in Ireland and he’s a bit of a warrior.

"I love a player with a backstory, whether that be someone from non-league or with a point to prove and for me he fits that bill.

"We could always do with more goals and I think that potentially, Georgie could do it. He’s scored goals at a level, but this is with another step-up for him.

"He’s done really well in his fitness tests, but he’ll need a few weeks to get back up to speed in terms of match sharpness.

"I think we can improve him, there are still things we thing he can do to get a better as a player and hopefully he can be a big part of our team in the future."

Ciara Grant in her new Rangers jersey

Ireland international Ciara Grant has left Shelbourne to sign for Scottish Women's Premier League side Rangers.

The 28-year-old has played all her club football in Ireland, where the ex-Shels midfielder also represented Raheny United, UCD Waves and Sion Swifts.

Grant made her international debut in 2012 and will now link up with the Glasgow side, who currently top the table ahead of local rivals Glasgow City and Celtic Women.

The Donegal native's most recent cap for Ireland came in the record breaking 11-0 victory over Georgia, where Grant was a second-half substitute.

"Very excited for the next step in my career with Rangers and playing in the Scottish Women's Premier League," said Grant, posting on social media.

"A special club with special people, thank you for everything the past two seasons," she added, bidding farewell to the Dublin club.

"I am absolutely delighted, I have had a good few weeks with the team before signing and the atmosphere is top class and I am really enjoying it," said Grant on the club website.

"I am a creative central midfielder and I like to play box to box as well so I definitely think I can add something to the team and I can learn loads from the girls because there is a wealth of experience here."

Head coach Malky Thomson added: "We are delighted to complete the signing of Ciara. She has been with the squad for a few weeks and has been working hard in training and has fitted in well with the group.

"She will bring further experience to our squad as we look ahead to the second-half of the season."

Joseph Anang has arrived in Inchicore on loan from West Ham

Elsewhere, St Patrick's Athletic have confirmed the loan signing of goalkeeper Joseph Anang from West Ham United ahead of the new season.

The 21-year-old linked up with his new team-mates this week & could feature in today's pre-season match against Galway United.

The Ghanian-born 'keeper had been on loan with League Two side Stevenage.

Anang made 18 appearances on loan at Stevenage before returning to West Ham earlier this month, he has also represented England at U20 level.

"It feels very good to be here. I know St Pat's is one of the biggest clubs in Ireland and I'm really excited to be here," said Anang.

"I heard about the interest a couple of weeks ago and I spoke to Alfie Lewis, who I played with at West Ham, he loved his time in Ireland and said great things about St Pat's."

Manager Tim Clancy said: "We are delighted to get a goalkeeper the calibre of Joseph into the club. He has huge potential & comes with excellent recommendations.

"Pat Jennings [goalkeeper coach] has had Joseph on the radar and to be able to secure his services is massive for us. We are all really looking forward to working with him."