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Record numbers attended the Blackburn Rovers Girls Centre of Excellence trials, which were held throughout June to select squads for the 2011-12 season.
Following the Centre's recent success in producing eight England youth internationals, a record 160 players attended the trials in the hope of joining one of the best Centres in the country.
Matt Johnson, Centre of Excellence Director, said: "The trials were a challenging period for all, as the standard was higher than ever before, making selection a difficult process.
"We would like to thank all the players who trialled, as their attitude, commitment and ability was exceptional throughout, thus highlighting what a fantastic club and school football structure there is in Lancashire.
"As an exciting new development, the Lancashire FA has been successful in obtaining a licence to deliver a Performance Development Centre, which aims to bridge the gap between the Centre of Excellence and grassroots football. This will provide an additional opportunity for the players not selected to receive further high-level coaching."
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