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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Herts County wants YOU - even if you are new to the game

A call has gone out for all girls to go along to the county "trials" on Sunday - especially U15s - even is they are new to the game. Greg Maxwell, the Herts U15 head coach, says:
"Please could every Under 15 girl come to Welwyn this Sunday for county training. We are very keen to have two teams this year so everyone will play for Herts no matter if new to rugby or an old hand.

It is very important for girls' rugby in Hertfordshire that everyone comes along. I have heard that some girls think they are not ready for county rugby yet - but we coach the girls and look after them while they are in the county set up. They also get to meet new girls and new friends.

Players from Letchworth have gone from complete beginners in September to county and regional honours - even, in one case, regional "player of the year" - just a few months later. So don't miss out. If you haven't been to Welwyn RFC before ask Mike, Heather, or one of the coaches for details. Lifts will also be arranged if needed.

*Any former players (ie. anyone aged 18 or over) are also reminded that the Women's county trials are also on Sunday, starting at 1.30pm at Stevenage RFC. Please support the adult county team as well - its very new (only in its second year) and needs your support!

Even if you are going to be away at college or university it would do no harm for them to know about you - you might get games during vacations. They also have plans for a tour to Devon and Cornwall in the spring - so again don't miss out!

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