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Thursday, October 12, 2006

Our U14s need YOU!

Letchworth have one of the biggest U17 girls rugby squads in the country, but numbers at U14 level are a bit low this year at the minute. At present the U14s have seven girls - which is just about enough if everyone is available, which is obviously not always going to happen every week. But even as few as two or three more girls could make a huge difference.

This is important - not least because that is where your team-mates will come from in future years.

So - we are turning to you. Look around you. Do you have any sisters, cousins, friends, neighbours, or relations in School Year 9 or below? Hunt around in the cupboards and the attic - there are always a few left lying around somewhere if you look hard enough. Ask yourself - do they perform any useful function - you know, like front row, centre, scum half, etc?

If not then the time has come to change that. On October 29th - that is the Sunday at the end of Half Term and the week after the Rochford festival - we have a Sunday morning training session. That will be the day to bring along any that you kind find (or, if need be, kidnap en route) so that Rachel can turn them into useful members of society.

And we may* even have some sort* of reward for whoever turns up with the most.

Obviously if you find any BEFORE the 29th then bring them along on a Wednesday evening!

*Note your attention is drawn to the disctionary definition of the words "may" and "some sort of".

PS: Rachel asked me to ask you all if any of you could come to training a bit earlier next week (ie at six) so that her girls can have real living breathing things to hit and tackle and side-step and generally compete with. A few of you do already, but if a couple more of you could arrive 30 minutes or so earlier I'm sure the junior girls would appreciate it.

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