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Big tests for Town girls
6:00am Saturday 26th October 2013 in Sport
SWINDON Town’s Girls Centre For Excellence are preparing to face Southampton, Reading and Tottenham.
The under 16s travel to Southampton tomorrow to face a side who beat Portsmouth 9-2 last weekend.
Manager Shane Hewlett said: “Southampton are in top form but I'm confident that if we are positive can go there and end their unbeaten record.”
The under 12s, 13s and 15s will face Super League Reading and then all age groups face Tottenham at Croft Sports Centre.
Trust manager Jon Holloway said: “The girls and our sponsors are really looking forward to seeing all their hard work pay off.
“We really believe that we are capable of producing a few shocks and hopefully we can win the tournament next week.”
The Trust have several places remaining on their development courses that are running next week. For more information phone 01793 421303.
- IT’S third against second on Sunday as Swindon Town Ladies travel to Chichester in the South West Combination League.
Town manager Jason Brizzell said: “This will be a difficult test for the team against a big strong side who a very direct.”
Squad: Robyn Levett, Amy Baker, Chantelle Lovell, Sam Quinn, Laura Morgan, Beth Thompson, Chyna Collings, Alice Smith, Laura, McGlone, Kelly Nightingale, Michelle Rich, Ellie Maynard, Sally Butterfield, Sheriden Palk.
Meanwhile, Swindon Spitfires are currently recruiting new players of all ages. Anyone interested should phone Bev on 07519 952598 or visit www.swindonspitfiresfc.co.uk.
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