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Next season see the below teams go to under 12s and 13s, and a great start they have had before they move up, the qualified FA coaches work with all girls of all abilities and welcome new girls along to there football coaching sessions that would like to play football.

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Amazing performance from the u11s, at the Parklands Tournament Champions!

After going through the league stage to reach the last 4, they continued to play good football to win the cup.

The Rugby Town Girls Under 12s had been playing as 2 separate teams during the 2016-17 season, so the main objective of playing at the AFC Leicester tournament was to bring the players closer together as one squad going forwards. Improving teamwork and enabling the girls to socialise between matches would have led to a successful day but the players had the determination and ability to go way beyond expectations on the pitch. In their first matches together the girls started brightly and every player played their part as they progressed in third place, undefeated, from their group with 1 win and 5 draws. The side were so hard to break down due to their focus and resolve and conceded only 2 goals on their way to the semi-finals. On a warm day when they had already played plenty of football, the players showed no signs of tiring and dispatched Leicester City 2-0 to realise their dream of playing in the final. The players were jubilant but knew that more hard work was still to come in a tense final where they beat Pride Park 1-0 to get their hands on the trophy they so richly deserved for all the effort they had shown combined with the ability to come out on top in the decisive moments of their matches. The whole squad could feel so proud of themselves. Captain Molly played the perfect role in the middle of the pitch, winning the ball consistently and driving forwards with tremendous skill to score the majority of the goals, including those in the knock-out stages. Ella was the defensive lynchpin who won the ball countless times, refusing to be beaten, and also weighed in with an important goal; Charlotte formed a defence along-side her which repelled all opposition pressure as well as keeping a clean sheet when she played in goal and stretching the play when called on as striker. Jodie pressured defences and held the ball up well as striker to relieve pressure and linked with the midfielders to create scoring chances. Savannah won the ball countless times in midfield and when defending blocked one shot which if the ball hadn’t left an imprint on her leg, would surely have done so on the net! Lexy and Erin combated tirelessly in midfield, having to perform more defensive duties than attacking but relishing the opportunity to battle the opposition and come out on top. Izzy chased the ball down tirelessly to reach it and create opportunities even when the opposition were the favourites to get there first and also kept a clean sheet when playing in goal, and Grace pressed untiringly to close opposition space and stood up to all opponents she faced. Last but by no means least, player of the tournament Amber came into the tournament as a strong defender but inexperienced goalkeeper; whilst she showed what a great defender she was when playing in that position, in goal she set the tone for the squad as a whole by surpassing her expectations and making the role her own; the defence and the team as a whole gained confidence for knowing that Amber was there behind them to claim the ball and block shots when needed and for a team which was built from the back for each match, Amber was essential to their success. Well done to all the girls – they should be proud of themselves for all they achieved in a long day in Leicester and look forwards to all there is to come!

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