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NWFL season kicks off with opening round of under 13 girls season | The Advocate

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The football season has officially kicked off on the North-West with the under 13 girls competition reaching new heights after just one round. The success of the modified competition was evident after the first game with Penguin already looking to field its second team in the competition. The demand for the competition saw more than 110 players from across the Coast take to Dial Park, with six of the NWFL’s seven clubs fielding a team in the league. For Penguin Football Club junior coach Ian Townsend, the success of the opening round was seeing the players’ enjoyment on the field. “They had a ball – they got a few extras at training…



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