Female Football Focus: Amy Webster (NFA)
Amy on the attack for NFA against Holywell

Full Name

Amy Webster

Date of Birth

14.03.1994

First football memory

Playing for Kinmel Bay

Football idol

Steven Gerrard

Position

In where it hurts: Amy challenges between two Holywell players


Striker – but have played my part as a goalkeeper for Rhyl

Most memorable game played in

Rhyl v Cardiff Met – we drew 2-2 and I was in goal

Biggest highlight of football career so far

Trophy time for Amy after a great season with former club Rhyl


Rhyl v Llandudno. Tom came up to me on the bench with 10 minutes to go and told me to get the goal I deserved, and I scored the equaliser for Rhyl to get the point we needed to secure our place in the Welsh Premier. It was the best feeling in the world. Also getting two trophies at the end of last season to complete my journey with Rhyl

Teams played for

Kinmel Bay Girls, Rhyl Ladies and NFA ladies

Strengths to your game

Holding the ball up and my height for flicking balls on

Weaknesses

My head dropping after making a mistake or missing a chance. I always dwell on it and it shows in my game

Best team-mate played alongside

This is a tricky one. From my seasons at Rhyl I made a family and friends for life and it was a tough decision to leave. We literally won together and lost together. Rach Nattrass was always brilliant with me, she always messaged me after a game and told me how well I played etc. We still message now before and after every game to say good luck etc. This season I wanted to have fun with my mates and I’m buzzing I get to play with Boo (Becca Bannister). She’s one of my best mates and is a quality football player; some of the balls she puts through to me are outstanding.

Hardest opponent faced

Amy on the attack for Rhyl (white)


TBH most of the games in the Welsh Prem were difficult, but Swansea and Cardiff met were always the toughest.

Biggest influence in football

I’m going to have to say family and friends. I suffer with a health condition which sometimes has stopped me going to games and to training but they push me and make me not give up and continue to do the thing that I love doing and I can only thank them for that

Funniest team-mate

Not going to lie would have to say myself haha

Which team-mate is the best dancer

Now this is definitely not me – no rhythm whatsoever ever 😂 Becca Bannister and her Dora the Explorer routine always gets me

Favourite away ground

Isle of Man ground was amazing and still feel very lucky to have played on Bellevue

Personal football ambitions

Erm… I’ve done the serious side at Rhyl now it’s time to enjoy playing football with some of my best mates have a laugh and throw a couple of dodgy skills and goals in the mix

RANDOM QUESTIONS…..

Best country visited

Greece

Favourite chocolate


Cadbury’s Fruit and Nut

Best film seen this year


Forever My Girl

Current favourite song

Love a good ABBA song not going to lie haha

Are you typical of your zodiac sign

No idea what mine is

Favourite TV show

Friends

TV show you dislike most

Eastenders, Corrie etc

Best quality as a person

Crazy

Worst fault

Size 9 feet! Nightmare

Best live show/concert seen

Shania Twain

Favourite female footballer

Ashleigh in her Rhyl FC days

Ashleigh Mills – her left foot is fire 😉

Tell us something about you we might not know

I had over 6 years out of football after a ligament injury playing for Kinmel Bay. And I’m an Essex girl haha

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