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Craven College Football Coach, Luke Swindlehurst, has received £1000.00 from the Football Association to help launch a new initiative to help get more girls active and interested in football.
Luke with the help of Craven College students Sophie Hawkins, Lucy Taylor and Mehnaan Mehmood have completed the first block of sessions at Sandylands sports centre on a Monday afternoon from 4.00 - 5.00 pm. The money received is set out to promote girls football at grassroots ranging from 5-11 years of age and through the wider community.
Wildcats football aim to attract young girls who have no teams to play in and want to play in a no pressure atmosphere where they can learn footballing skills, team building and improve fitness levels.
To find out more information and how to sign up for the second block of sessions, please visit: forms.office.com
Block 2 Dates:
03 July 2017
10 July 2017
17 July 2017
24 July 2017
31 July 2017
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