Women’s football news: Northop Hall and Llandudno

Rebecca Hughes (blue – No 6) and Chelsea Evans in action for Northop Hall against Airbus. Picture: Matthew Jones

Northop Hall Ladies are seeking a new manager for the 2020-21 season.

The vacancy has become available following the stepping down of the experienced Elain Owen this summer.

A former Welsh Cup winner with Bangor City, Owen represented the Citizens in their glory era of the mid-to-late 1990s and early 2000s.

She took to coaching and management like a duck to water, leading Northop Hall when they joined the Welsh Premier Women’s League.

Owen rejoined the Hall the season after they won the North Wales Women’s League title in 2017-18.

A new manager is now needed to run an established team with a full squad of committed players.

“We are part of a large club who will provide lots of support,” said coach Dave Cooper.

“Playing in the North Wales Women’s League, a weekly commitment to training sessions and Sunday matches is necessary.”

Contact Dave Cooper on 07557 346087 or secretary@northophallgirlsfc.co.uk for further information.

Llandudno Ladies host open trial night

Llandudno Ladies are on the way back!

The team resigned from the Welsh Premier Women’s League after eight seasons during 2019-20 and now plan a comeback in the North Wales Women’s League in 2020-21.

They will host an open trial night on Tuesday, August 4, from 7 pm to 8.30 pm at Maesdu Park, LL30 1HH.

Pre-booking required due to Covid-19.

Old and new players welcome 16+.

Contact the club if you’re interested via Twitter on @LlandudnoLadies

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