Girls raise money for own club with sponsored ride

PUBLISHED: 09:23 10 August 2010

Estover Park Under 14s Girls squad sporting their new away


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(back row left to right) - Manager Gary Davis, Sydney Davis,.Dani Westgate, Emma Searle, Coach Kenny Butler 


Estover Park Under 14s Girls squad sporting their new away


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(back row left to right) - Manager Gary Davis, Sydney Davis,.Dani Westgate, Emma Searle, Coach Kenny Butler 


Estover Park under 14 girls with their new away strip. back L2R manager Gary Davis, Sydney Davis, Dani Westgate, Emma Searle and coach Kenny Butler.  frontL2R laura Jackson, Rihanna Butler, Abbey Deighton and Libby Wallis

Estover Park Under 14s Girls squad sporting their new away kit. (back row left to right) - Manager Gary Davis, Sydney Davis,.Dani Westgate, Emma Searle, Coach Kenny Butler Estover Park Under 14s Girls squad sporting their new away kit. (back row left to right) - Manager Gary Davis, Sydney Davis,.Dani Westgate, Emma Searle, Coach Kenny Butler Estover Park under 14 girls with their new away strip. back L2R manager Gary Davis, Sydney Davis, Dani Westgate, Emma Searle and coach Kenny Butler. frontL2R laura Jackson, Rihanna Butler, Abbey Deighton and Libby Wallis

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Estover Park U14s Girls held a sponsored exercise ride at RAF Wyton on Sunday August 8 and raised more than £150 for the team.

The girls cycled 5km and then played five-a-side football for one-and-a-half hours.

Manager Gary Davis said: “The girls enjoyed the event and got to do different type of fitness work. I would like to thank the gym staff and the Station Commander at RAF Wyton for the loan of the facilities.”

The team are still looking for new players. Anyone who is interested should contact Gary on 07824337771.


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