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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Girls' U14 Schools tournament - will YOUR school be taking part?

Ask your PE teachers NOW about whether your school will be entering the first Girls U14 "Emerging Schools" tournament next year.

And if not (or if they don't know) ask them why!

The competition is not aimed at schools that have been playing for years - but at new schools offering the game for the first time (hence "emerging"). Herts Sports Partnership will pay for coaches to come in and help out (so the any excuse like "I don't know how to play rugby" or "I'm not qualified to coach it" from any PE teacher isn't good enough!). Letchworth's coaches will also help out where they can, and we are even going to get Katie, Nim and Steph trained up as qualified coaches by mid September - so there should be no excuses from Highfield, Fearnhill or JHN!!

The final is at Twickenham in May, but before that there are district tournaments planned in the Autumn, a county tournament in February, and a regional qualifier in March.

So start badgering your teachers now - before they've finalised their plans for next term (September will be too late). Tell them how great it will be when they lead their school out onto the pitch at Twickenham.

There are a few more details on the county blog.

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