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WILDCATS NEEDED: New players needed for high-flying girls’ youth team

 Published on: 26th November 2021   |   By: Bryn Holmes   |   Category: Uncategorized

Youth girls team Chorleywood Common Youth Football Club (CCYFC) are on the hunt for some new players in the midst of a successful season so far.

The club, which has been running youth squads since 1976 and now operates up to 45 different sides, is looking for some budding new players in Years 9 and 10 to play for their two U15 teams, the Panthers and the Wildcats.

Both squads have gone from strength to strength so far this season, with the Wildcats gaining an exciting challenge in the form of a higher division to play in. Getting a new sponsorship from Albany Appliances Centre has also given the side great new kits to play in.

The Panthers too have had a fantastic start to the football season, having not lost a game so far in any competition and are sitting comfortably in the top half of their league table. They have also been supplied a smart new kit courtesy of sponsor Regent Projects.

For any budding footballers out there, Wildcats captain Izzy Jenkinson said “Playing for CCYFC has improved my ability and my understanding for the game. Football is a fantastic sport. Not only does it help to keep you fit, it’s a way to develop skills, make new friends and be part of a team.”

“I think that CCYFC is a great opportunity for girls who love to play football and would like to develop their knowledge and skills of the sport.”

All abilities are welcome. training is on Thursday nights, and matches take place on Saturday mornings. The team’s home ground is based at the Chorleywood House Estate. If interested, contact neil.rowley@ccyc.net via email.

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