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The Government’s Women & Sport Advisory Board Report states that the number of women participating in sport has increased by 62,800 this year and the number of female Level 1 coaching badges has increased to 17.1% from 11.5% 5 years ago. Good news!
The Club now has 4 teams at ladies and Under 18s and also has 2 new Level 1 coaches – Gemma Mayo, who manages our Under 11s team, and Jade Brooks, who manages our Reserves team. 
We also have Cath Davis, a level 1 who helps coach our U7s Lions; Katie Cox who helps coach our U8s girls and Bethany Stokes who helps coach our Under 11s Panthers Girls.
The club is grateful for their help.
We are always looking for new female coaches who are interested in the male or female game and for girls aged 16 and over who want to play for our U18s and Ladies teams.
If you know any girl or woman who may wish to get involved please ask them to leave a message on here or contact Keith on 07836202764.

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