Weee Kicks – Huddersfield Town U-13 Girls

Captain Laura Walker introudces her Sheffield & Hallamshire League U-13 double-winning team.

What is your team name? Huddersfield Town Ladies U-13s

Do you play 5,6,7 or 11 aside? 11-aside

Does the team have a nickname? No

What colours do you play in? Blue and White, the Huddersfield Town colours

What is your coach’s name? David Mallin

Do they have any funny sayings or things they do alot? Dave shouts at me [Laura Walker] a lot from the touchline and tells me to encourage my team

What are the names of the girls on the team? The full squad is: Isobel Pare, Faye Allen, Imogen Pow, Laura Walker, Maddy Longbottom, Kacey Buckley, Eleanor Smith, Olivia Bennett, Amy Broomhead, Lauryn Smith, Ella Harris, Beth Wadsworth, Claudia Smith Calvert, Ellie Womersley, Rose Priestley, Isobel Boothroyd and Tara Duce
Are there any stars? They are all stars!

Do you have a team song? No

When do you train and when do you play matches? We train on a Tuesday night and matches are on a Saturday morning

What league/cup do you play in and do you have to travel far to matches? We play in the Sheffield and Hallamshire Girls County League. This year we won the U-13 Division 1 title and the League Cup. There is quite a lot of travelling with matches in Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and almost as far as Chesterfield.

Who is the LOUDEST on the team? Claudia Smith

Have you been to watch any senior women’s games? I went to the Olympic semi-final game between Canada and the USA at Old Trafford last year. It was a great game with the USA winning 4-3 after extra time

Who are the team’s favourite players and why? Tara Duce because she has the best shot and scores goals from outside the area.

How can readers check out news/results for your team? Check out the Huddersfield Town Ladies website, it has information not just about our team but also the other Town ladies’ teams, match reports, player information and photos. www.htlfc.org.uk

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