Fakenham Ladies warming up
Fakenham Town Ladies FC first team will be training at Fakenham Town FC from tonight (Thursday August 12) from 7-8.30pm.The team is mainly made up of the old West Lynn Ladies team.
Fakenham Town Ladies FC first team will be training at Fakenham Town FC from Thursday night (August 12) from 7-8.30pm.
The team is mainly made up of the old West Lynn Ladies team.
They will be competing in the Eastern Regions Women's Football League Division One North, the Women's FA Cup and the Norfolk and Suffolk County Cup. With the new signings that have been brought in coupled with the current squad they hope for a successful season.
The ladies will be playing their home matches on the Fakenham Town's first team pitch on Sunday afternoons with a 2pm kick off. They start their league campaign on Sunday, August 22 at home to newly-promoted Thorpe United.
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The ladies are still looking to add a few more players to their squad with defenders a priority, but all would be welcome to try out. If you have any interest please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The ladies are currently looking for a major sponsor for home and away kits and tracksuits if you think you could help please request a sponsor's letter from email@example.com which will give you more information.
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