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The Hertfordshire FA is delighted to announce that Ben Wells is the new manager of the county women's team, and is looking to recruit players for the forthcoming season.
Ben will take charge of the team as they compete against other representative teams from the eastern region in the Fred Welham Cup. His first match in charge will be a home tie against Suffolk on 29th October.
He said: "This is an exciting new challenge for me. I'm delighted to be representing the county and being part of this new chapter of women's football in Hertfordshire.
"We want to make the team as inclusive as possible and give opportunities to talented female players from across the county."
A highly qualified coach who is currently working towards his UEFA B coaching licence, Ben is a member of the FA Skills team in Hertfordshire, which delivers football to children aged 5-11. He has been coaching since the age of 16 and spent three and a half years working for Watford FC before joining the FA in 2011.
To play for the county team, players must have been born in Hertfordshire, or play for a club which is affiliated to the Hertfordshire FA.
Any women interested in being part of the team are invited to register for a trial, which will take place on Monday 13th October, starting at 7pm at the County Ground, Letchworth. Successful trialists will be invited to a second session on Monday, October 20, starting at 6.30pm. To register for the trials, contact Eddie Dowber, Representative Teams secretary, on (01462) 672703, or email@example.com.
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