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Grassroots football for girls in Newcastle will be further boosted over the coming months with news of a £1,000 donation to one of the region's top clubs from Sport Newcastle.
Newcastle United Women's Football Club will ensure their youth development programme will benefit from the £1,000 award encouraging new players to take up the sport throughout the city.
The club has a great reputation for nurturing talent with most of today`s Premier League squad coming through the vibrant youth set up. The much needed funds will mean junior players will be able to continue to practice and play at some of the finest facilities in the region under the guidance of the best coaching staff.
Rob Atkin, Newcastle Head Coach says: "Sport Newcastle are the biggest supporters of rising stars in Newcastle. This financial help allows us to support our new coaches and help younger members of our community towards reaching their full potential that will one day see them realise their dreams of playing in Newcastle United's first team on the national stage.
"One such example of the Sport Newcastle philosophy is first team player Ruth Sutcliffe (pictured), who came to us as a 10-year-old and developed into one of the top players in our first team. Having come through the Centre of Excellence she now works on the FA Centre of Excellence giving young players the benefit of the support she has received from Sport Newcastle. In today's high transfer fees, a little help can make a massive difference over the long term."
Sport Newcastle are doing a massive amount of unseen work to enable youngsters to become involved in all aspects of sport at all levels. For more information visit www.sportnewcastle.com.
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