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Thursday, November 16, 2006

A league of our own?

Girls' leagues are beginning to spring up in various parts of the country. There's one in the North East, another in the North West, Surrey/Hampshire, Thames Valley...

So the question of whether we should have one in East has come up, and will be discussed in January. Ideas for models and structures have been requested and so I thought I'd let everyone see what I am likely to propose, so that you can all comment on it.

Essentially the idea is that all games should be full-sized matches, and to ensur ethis could happen clubs would be combined into "clusters" unless they had squads big enough to stand alone. One result of this would be that any girl, regardless of how many players there were at her club, would be guaranteed a place in a "cluster" team without having to move to a different club (which is what would happen if a league were based on just club teams).

Anyway - the full proposal is here - comments welcome.

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