Fledgling club has big ambitions
PUBLISHED: 14:16 21 September 2007 | UPDATED: 23:03 28 May 2010
NEWLY-FORMED Whittlesey Girls Premier FC are hoping to attract junior and senior players to the club. Manager Pasky Ciarla said: Our aim over the next few years is to form teams ranging from under-10s to senior ladies and to compete at a high level of fo
NEWLY-FORMED Whittlesey Girls Premier FC are hoping to attract junior and senior players to the club.
Manager Pasky Ciarla said: "Our aim over the next few years is to form teams ranging from under-10s to senior ladies and to compete at a high level of football.
"Over the coming months we are hoping to arrange friendlies against girls' teams from Lincoln City, Nottingham Forest, Mansfield Town and Notts County and that can only be a good thing for girls' football in Fenland."
The club's under-14 team kicked-off their campaign in the Cambridgeshire S-Tech Girls League with a convincing 9-0 win at Isleham United at the weekend.
As well as new players, Whittlesey Girls Premier FC are also seeking male and female managers whose training for coaching qualifications will be funded by the club.
Anyone interested in playing or managing should call Pasky Ciarla on 01733 840469 or Mark Barnes on 01733 351425.
- CHATTERIS under-12 A were made to fight for the points when they took on Parkside 2000 under-12s on Saturday.
Parkside took the lead in the first half but Chatteris hit back in the second half and earned a 2-1 win thanks to Levi Beaney's spot kick and Josh Dodman's late winner.
Chatteris: Matthijs Nooteboom, Ben Perry, Joe Baker, Karl Anderson, Keith Parish, Levi Beaney, Martin Bulbrook, Josh Dodman, Ben Tuffee, Ryan O'Hea, Dale Browne. Subs: Sam McWilliams, Mitchell Dawson, Alex Nolan.
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