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Girls Football 2019

Haddenham Girls Football Club have established a new Under-11s team under the management of one of the parents, Greg Kyson. The girls will be playing in the Bucks League this upcoming season.

The girls have been training hard pre-season in preparation and today (Sunday 11th August) was a special day as the kit (and the all important shirt number allocation) were issued.

In addition Steve Gregory, a former professional footballer and now owner of Fitlife gym, kindly guest hosted a training session and friendly match for the girls.

The girls are all really passionate about football and have been massively inspired by the England Lionesses World Cup run earlier this summer. They are all raring to get going in the league!

Good luck girls!

If you are a local business and would be interested in sponsoring the girls training kit please get in touch via Rachel at: thelawns55@hotmail.com

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