Girls' League Football Match
On the 15th March, 9 girls played in a football match against Great Missenden. It was everyone’s 1st match except for 2 girls who played in matches last season. The ref called over the captains, which was Ellie for us. Then the ref blew her whistle to signal we could play. The ball was ours. The ball kept on going backwards and forwards. When the whistle blew for the half time it was 0-0. We had a team talk and then we were back. It went up, down, up, down the pitch. Right at the last minute they scored which was a shame. Everyone played well including our goalie Paige.
Reported by Ellie F
FROM W/C 13th NOVEMBER GIRLS' FOOTBALL WILL MOVE TO LUNCHTIME UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - THANK YOU
November 2017 - update
Training sessions are going very well, the girls are enthusiastic and their footballing skills are looking good. This season we even have enough players to play 'real' games during our training sessions which is brilliant as the girls are able to get used to playing as a team.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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