WIN a copy of 'PLAYING WITH THE BOYS: The girl footballer who took on the boys at their own game...' by Niamh McKevitt
Since she was 12 years old, Niamh McKevitt has been one of the few girls in England continuing to play boys' football in her age group. Read her story about the battles with football beaurocracy, her desire to be the best she can be and her passion for playing the beautiful game.
All you have to do to win one of three books we have to give away is answer this question:
Q: Chelsea LFC have a player called Niamh who is a Republic of Ireland defender. What is her surname?
Email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org under the subject line of “Book Competition” and include your answer and contact telephone number within the email.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS:
Mary Bashford, RuthJohnson & Sara King. Your copies will be sent out asap!
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Neither are workable or likely at present but hypothetically, would you prefer a more strict salary cap in the FA WSL OR should centrally contracted England players (that receive salaries from The FA) be allocated more evenly around WSL1 clubs?