Wymondham look back and forwards
WYMONDHAM Town Ladies held their annual presentation evening on Saturday.Most improved player was Emma Williams, top goalscorer was Natalie Woods, players' player was Gemma Hamilton and manager's player was Laura Parry.
WYMONDHAM Town Ladies held their annual presentation evening on Saturday.
Most improved player was Emma Williams, top goalscorer was Natalie Woods, players' player was Gemma Hamilton and manager's player was Laura Parry.
There was also some special awards for Helen Crisp for scoring 50 goals for Wymondham and for Rachael Carpenter, Helen Crisp, vice- captain Natalie Woods and captain Katie Rumble for five years of excellence service to Wymondham Town FC.
Wymondham Town Ladies are looking forward to the coming season already and pre-season training has already started in a bid to make the coming season successful.
You may also want to watch:
Training takes place on Mondays and Wednesdays at Ketts Park, 7pm start.
If you are interested, regardless of age, ability or past football experience, contact FA and qualified coach Alex Guy on firstname.lastname@example.org, 07934492399 or through the 'contact us' section on the website www.clubwebsite.co.uk/
- 1 Atlantis Tower up for sale after owner signs ‘outrageous’ loan deal
- 2 Norfolk woman fined after travelling 200 miles to visit daughter
- 3 Covid rates continue to fall across Norfolk, especially in Norwich
- 4 9 of Norfolk's most famous blue plaques
- 5 Fired twice in two months: Events boss feels the pain of Covid
- 6 Centre takes action after IT failure causes long queues for Covid jab
- 7 Norfolk bowls star tests positive at world indoor championships
- 8 Jack-knifed lorry shuts busy Norfolk road as police issue ice warning
- 9 Out on the beat - we join police Covid patrol on the seafront
- 10 A life in agony: 27-year-old's daily torture battling constant pain