2019 Zoe Tynan Tournament entry open

The 3rd Annual Zoe Tynan 7 a side Under 10’s and Under 12’s Tournament will take place on Saturday 18th May 2019 at Heron Eccles Football Hub, L18 7JS.

The second Zoe Tynan tournament held on May 19th 2018 was yet again a great success. 32 girls teams enjoyed matches playing in either a Cup or plate competition. Trophies were presented to the finalists and players of the tournament and medals were awarded to all participants. Money raised on the day through a raffle, tombola and cake sale was donated to two suicide prevention charities ‘If U Care Share’ and PAPYRUS. The event was a magnificent tribute to a special young lady.

Zoe Tynan    20/5/98 – 30/8/16

Zoe joined Liverpool Feds at 6yrs old and it was soon obvious how committed Zoe was to her football. Zoe asked technical and tactical questions beyond her years and was dedicated to improve herself and her team. She also juggled her athletics with football….often going off, a bit muddy after a match, to race.

Zoe Tynan. (Photo: The FA via Getty Images)

Zoe went to Everton Centre of Excellence. It was such a thrill for Liverpool Feds that Zoe gained recognition at International level with England and went on to play with Women’s Super league teams, Everton Ladies and Manchester City Women.

Zoe and her family never forgot her football roots with the Feds and she went back to help coach the junior teams. Her help, insight and coaching of the younger players is a matter of pride to the club.

Thanks to Alison, Carl and Beth for their continued support.

Thanks also to Anna Farrell at Liverpool County FA, friends of Zoe and the Tynan family and of course Liverpool Feds players and staff for making this very special tournament happen.

This year, any money raised on the day will be donated to suicide prevention and counselling charities, If U Care share and Paul’s Place.

For more information or an entry form please email foxtb5@aol.com

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