As part of the FA Girls Football Week, the Club organised a surprise visit to our Girls’ Academy and 6 of our girls’ teams training by Rachel Unitt, an England international with 102 caps!
Rachel tookpart in allthe teams’ sessions and took time out to take part in team photos as pictured below.
The Club thanks Rachel for taking the time to make the girls’ night!

Rachel Unitt AcademyRachel Unitt U10 Panthers correctRachel Unitt U8sRachel Unitt U12s PanthersRachel Unitt U13 MeerkatsRachel Unitt U18

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