2017/18 season primer for new ladies team fans

Information about our Ladies Team, Youth Team and Reserves Teams

Re: 2017/18 season primer for new ladies team fans

Postby camel » Thu May 25, 2017 7:58 pm

Fantastic update.

Just a thought following the success of the National League holding the trophy and vase on the same day. Is there anyway we could hold a ladies game on the same day as the men at TNL. Pay to enter for the men's and stay on for the ladies for free? I wonder if we could get a few hundred to stay for it and if that might garner some more interest?

In any case I shall be coming to a few games this season as and when life allows. I'm looking forward to it.
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