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St Albans City Youth Football Club has a thriving Girls section and is looking to expand further. If you are of School age and would like to be part of the biggest and fastest growing Girls sport in England then: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or e-mail email@example.com
St Albans City Youth FC Under 10's team are a product of St Albans City Youth's Community activities for girls,
The team were formed at the beginning of the season following the clubs successful summer school under the leadership of coach Chris Johnson and the direction of Gordon Graham. Top goal scorer Phoebe Skinner has managed to score 14 goals in 14 games.
Captain Lauren Standing was proud of her teams achievements this season. "We enjoy travelling to away matches and have won every game away from home" she told us.
If you would like to get involved in girls football or find out more about St Albans City Youth in the Community contact David Wray on 01727 858577
The St Albans City Youth female coaches hosted a festival for the young girl teams from Charter standard football clubs across Hertfordshire. For many this was the first experience of playing in a tournament. Teams from St Albans City Youth. Bedwell. Bury Rangers, Kings Langley Hemel Comets and Bishops Stortford took part.
U11's North and 12's Girls bag tournament wins!
Saturday 11th September saw the HGFPL season kick off with a tournament open to each team playing in the league. The u11 girls, having worked hard to perfect their game at the StACY Summer School, had now grown considerably in numbers, resulting in two teams being entered in the HGFPL at this age group. The North side sailed through the group stages with convincing results over strong sides such as Bury Rangers White, Watford and Bedwell with goals provided by Nicola Gosling (4), Evie Wilkinson (2), Rose Noden (2) and Isabelle Poole. This resulted in the girls finishing as winners of their group and finding themselves pitted against Borehamwood in the semi-final. The South side, however, narrowly missed out on qualifying for the next round, finishing third in their group after fine performances culminating in a win against Harpenden Colts courtesy of newcomer Rhiannon Ellis' spectacular goal.
Image copyright Clodagh Kellett
Members of the St Albans team at the Herts Youth Games 2009 with the Mayors of St Albans and Dacorum and Faye White