All Four Age Groups Win First-Ever Competitive Matches
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“We are hoping to have more competitive fixtures every half-term," he said.
"The purpose GADC is to provide extra coaching for the girls of Shropshire and to represent Shrewsbury Town whilst also playing for your grassroot teams.”
Aiden Wassell, health and inclusion officer at Shrewsbury Town in the Community is hopeful there will be more games like this happening in the future.
“It was a big success and I think a lot of credit has to go to the coaches for the standard they have set in the opening six weeks of coaching.
“The performance and the attitude of all the girls from both sides was first class and I think the people watching on the sidelines would have been impressed by what they have witnessed.” He said:
Peter Wilson, head coach of the Girls Advanced Development Centre. is delighted in with the progress the young girls of Shropshire are making.
The Girls Advanced Development Centre was relaunched in September and has over 40 girls attending every week at Shrewsbury College.
Elsewhere a closely fought encounter between the u16’s ended 8-5 to the visitors.
A combined U9 and U11 encounter saw Shrewsbury win 17-4 whereas two under 13s matches resulted in handsome 6-1 and 13-1 victories respectively.
Four age groups ranging from Under-9s, 11s, 13s and 16s played in front of a good crowd at Park Hall and managed to win all four matches in what was a very competitive encounter played with terrific spirit.
Shrewsbury Town in the Community's Girls Advanced Development Centre completed a clean sweep amongst the age ranges in their first-ever competitive match at neighbours TNS on Wednesday night.