FOOTBALL: New girls teams sought

WAVENEY Youth FC, in partnership with the FA Tesco Skills programme and the Lowestoft Schools Sports Partnership, have been holding girls football coaching sessions in Poplars, Gunton, Northfield, Corton, Blundeston, Roman Hill and Woods Loke Primary schools.

WAVENEY Youth FC, in partnership with the FA Tesco Skills programme and the Lowestoft Schools Sports Partnership, have been holding girls football coaching sessions in Poplars, Gunton, Northfield, Corton, Blundeston, Roman Hill and Woods Loke Primary schools.

The Club is in the process of forming some new all girls football teams for next season and have invited all of the girls to a free taster session of practices and small sided games at Barnards Meadow tomorrow morning between 10am - 11.30am. This will be followed up with free coaching sessions at Barnards Meadow on Saturday mornings throughout April (except Easter Saturday). If you are interested in playing in a brand new girls football team and be part of this new exciting opportunity then please come along and have some fun with your class mates and meet some new friends. The sessions will be taken by friendly male and female FA qualified coaches.

The Club will be forming teams or increase current squads at a number of age groups and are keen to see any girls regardless of experience from school years 1 to school year 5.

For more information please call 07711 710533 or e-mail enquiries@waveneyyouthfc.co.uk


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