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Haddenham Youth FC is pleased to announce that, after a number of years looking to start up a Ladies' Football team based in the village, a Haddenham Ladies' Football team will begin from the start of the coming season, 2016-17.

The club is looking to compete in the Thames Valley Counties Women's Football League and the team is open to players from 16 years old and upwards.

Matches will be played on Sunday afternoons at Haddenham Playing Fields, Woodways, with training on Thursday evenings.

The club will be supporting this initiative with qualified coaches who are very experienced in local women's football and are also able to offer first aid support if and when necessary.

The club is now looking to recruit female players for the coming season — for more information, please contact Ian Simms.

Mob: 07971 671605
Email: iansimms@hffoodservices.com

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