Category Archive: Ladies

Mar 02

Mitcheldean look for next Kelly Smith

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Mitcheldean Sports Club are starting the search for the next Kelly Smith. They are starting an under 14 Girls Football Team and training begins on Monday March 7 at 7pm, at Dene Magna School Sports Hall. The session will last an hour, and costs £2 per head. Current Mitcheldean SC Ladies team manager Phil Ellaway …

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Feb 08

Mitcheldean SC looking to recruit young female footballers

Mitcheldean SC intend to enter a team in the under 14 County Girls League next season, but with no current girls teams in operation they are looking for enthusiastic young female footballers to join their ranks. Ladies’ Manager Phil Ellaway said: “Currently we are running coaching sessions just for girls at Dene Magna School, which …

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Dec 02

Mitcheldean SC Ladies announce school link up

Mitcheldean SC Ladies FC announce that they have forged a link with Dene Magna School in Mitcheldean. Following a very successful meeting with the school, brokered by the Gloucestershire FA; team manager Phil Ellaway will be attending the school to provide coaching to year 7/8 pupils; and after Christmas also a session aimed at year …

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Sep 13

AEK Boco 7 – 1 Mitcheldean Ladies

Mitcheldean Ladies had a bad start to their preparation to this County League Division Two match, as half the team got lost en route. The game eventually kicking off 15 minutes late. Although some good news broke, as goalkeeper Liann Bennett was on her way and would arrive for the second half. Emma Cooke made …

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Sep 05

Mitcheldean Ladies 5 – 1 Abbeymead Rovers

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Once harshly dubbed the worst team in Britain by Central TV; the mighty Mitch demonstrated how far they have come with a superb demonstration of attacking football. Playing in an unfamilar formation; they took the attack to Abbeymead from the off; Emma Williams and Maine Turley looking extremely dangerous. Mitch took the lead in bizarre …

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Sep 01

Countdown to Non League Day: what does non league mean to local footballers?

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In anticipation of Non League Day this Saturday, Sportglos is asking local footballers what non league means to them. First up are Cirencester Town’s Jamie Reid and Gloucester’s Mike Tambling: Name: Jamie Reid Age: 22 Club: Cirencester Town Position: Midfield Best non league moment? Winning promotion to the Southern Prem with Ciren Why is Non …

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Aug 05

Online Petition takes off for Webb and Myers

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An online petition has been started to see that Gloucester City Captain Tom Webb, and current record-appearance holder Stan Myers, are made Freemen of the City of Gloucester when Webb makes his 414th appearance and breaks the record. Webb, 26, is currently on 402 appearances and made his debut in 2001 as a 16 year …

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Aug 03

Samba Soccer Joma hoodie competition winner revealed

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Thanks for all you enteries to our July competition to win a Joma fleece hoodie, courtesy of Samba Soccer. We are pleased to announce that the winner is Harvey Ayres, who correctly answered that Gloucester’s Mike Green used to play for Bath City. The prize will be winging its way to Harvey very soon. In …

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Jul 25

Mitcheldean Ladies unveil tribute kit

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Mitcheldean Ladies officially unveiled their new strip new today in a friendly with Oldland Abbotonians. The strip has no sponsor’s logo instead it has a poignant reminder of their previous manager Jer Randall who sadly passed away during last season.

Jul 18

Mitcheldean Ladies remember Jer

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Mitcheldean Ladies FC will be joining the ranks of Barcelona by wearing a kit with no sponsor for the coming season. Instead the strip will bear a poignant tribute to the team’s late manager Jer Randall. The kit, which will be revealed before the game on Sunday July 25 against Oldland Abbotonians; at Mitcheldean Playing …

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