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Seven-a-side league seeks new teams

16:01 26 April 2012

A women’s seven-a-side league is looking for teams for the coming season, which starts in September.

Fixtures for the Norfolk Women’s and Girls’ Football League sevens division are on Sundays, but not every weekend.

Games are played on grass, using mini soccer rules.

There is also a cup competition at the end of the season, in April.

Players must be aged 16 or above.

If interested, contact the league’s divisional secretary Tim Noel at tim.firside@gmail.com

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