Great season for Aylsham Girls
Aylsham U11 Girls finished another successful season, runners-up in the league, level on points and losing out only on goal difference. After 14 games against clubs from Norfolk and North Suffolk, the Aylsham team can be very proud of their efforts and achievements.
Aylsham U11 Girls finished another successful season, runners-up in the league, level on points and losing out only on goal difference.
After 14 games against clubs from Norfolk and North Suffolk, the Aylsham team can be very proud of their efforts and achievements.
Everyone connected with the team has played a part in this season's success.
A club spokesperson said: “We would like to thank all the parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles for their support and use of their cars. We would also like to thank the girls from the High School Academy for their input during training and match days.
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“Many thanks also go to the Chamberlain Shield committee, who have sponsored this team for the past two years and their continued support is very much appreciated. Lastly, a big thank you to our players, for their attitude, and sportsmanship towards other teams, each other and the game.”
Aylsham U13 Girls have finished their season very well and have had a great year.
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In the last three games, the results were Blofield 1, Aylsham 3 with Hannah scoring two and Lauren one, the player of the match was Hannah; and Dereham 0, Aylsham 0, player of the match was Mary.
The last match of the year was an evening game and it was a local derby Aylsham 1, Red Rose 0 with scorer Mary. The player of the match was awarded to Megan .
This was a great game with both teams playing good football.
Brian, the coach, would like to thank all his players for their commitment this year from start to finish and a big thanks to sponsor MJ &NM Partridge Electrical.