Warrandyte’s footy girls are ready to rumble
by Jennet Ure
6th December 2016
Next year is set to be ground breaking for women’s football Australia-wide, following the inception of the National Women’s competition.
Many community clubs are following suit, placing an emphasis on boosting and developing a culture of female football at their organisation.
Warrandyte Junior Football Club is no exception, looking to field a number of girls’ teams in 2017.
About 40 girls across all age groups attended the WJFC Girls’ footy open day at Warrandyte Re- serve on November 20.
Eugene Hanson, the WJFC Colts coach and a number of club leaders and Colts players ran training drills, which were completed with intense determination, despite very hot conditions.
The girls were extremely impressive and due to the growing nature of the code, WJFC is pleased to offer young girls in the community the chance to play organised football across a range of age groups.
If you are interested in being part of youth girls football at WJFC email firstname.lastname@example.org