Winter Warmer for Southwell City Girls

Winter training has got a whole lot warmer for Southwell City Football Club’s Under 10 Girls, thanks to sponsorship from local company ChemDry Central.

The kind donation has allowed the club to kit out the team with some much-needed all-weather training jackets.

ChemDry Central are carpet & upholstery cleaning professionals who have been serving local customers for the past 15 years. Richard Harris is a director of the company and lives in Southwell. After his daughter joined the team he decided to sponsor them with new jackets for the winter months.

It’s been a busy season for the girls team so far, with a healthy mixture of wins, losses and draws. All of the players’ parents have commented on how much the girls are enjoying playing for a football team and that it has noticeably improved their confidence.

All Southwell City teams are run by FA qualified coaches with first aid certificates, high level DBS check & safeguarding qualifications. Chris Barnes is the manager and coach of the U10 girls and would be pleased to hear from any girls who would like to try out for the team.

All new players can come and try training for free before committing to the team if they want to play in matches. To be eligible to join, girls must be aged 8 or 9 on 1/9/2016. For more information, contact Chris on 07870 928233 or janineandchris@tiscali.co.uk. To contact ChemDry Central, please visit their website, www.chemdrycentral.com

 

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Back row (L to R) – Andy Bostock (Assistant Coach), Chris Barnes (Manager), Richard Harris (sponsor), Franc Leitheiser (Assistant Coach)

Middle row – Emelia Baird, Isla Smail, Emmie Toomer, Evie Wollacott, Freya Bostock, Isabelle Riley, Lois Harris

Front row – Connie Thompson, Jessica White, Bella Bromwich, Emily Leitheiser, Georgia King, Hope Barnes

Absent – Lizzie Dugand