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Adamstown Rosebud Herald WPL Trials 2019

October 11th, 2018

WPL Girls Junior Squads Trials will be held at Adamstown Number 1 Field (Grandstand Field)

 

FIRST TRIAL

14 Girls SATURDAY 20/10/18  9.30 AM

17 Girls SATURDAY 20/10/18  11.30 AM

 

SECOND TRIAL @ Adamstown Number 1 Field

14 Girls WEDNESDAY 24/10/18 6.00 pm

17 Girls WEDNESDAY 24/10/18 7.30 pm

 

All prospective players should wear a white shirt, dark shorts and dark socks.  Club or Representative gear SHOULD NOT be worn and is actively discouraged. Please arrive 1/2 an hour before your trial to complete paperwork and be marked off the list.  Shin pads and football boots are a must.

Prospective players are asked to register by emailing budswpl@hotmail.com.

Please include your name, date of birth, age group you are interested in and a brief footballing resume’.

Please state which age group you are trialling for. It is preferred that players trial in their age appropriate group. Selectors will decide whether players are suitable to play in an older division after watching them trial.

You cannot trial for 14 Girls if you are not turning 13 or 14 in 2019.

Please ring 0409 655 957 or email budswpl@hotmail.com if you have any enquiries regarding the Womens Premier League Trials.

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