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Suffolk FA's Girls-Only Advanced Coaching Programme took part in their first ever festival against Norwich Girls' Player Development Centre and their girls' elite programme.
The festival took place at Norfolk FA's Football Development Centre on Tuesday evening.
Lowestoft ACP is a brand new development centre for girls aged seven to 15 and currently runs on a Monday evening at Kirkley & Pakefield's brand new 3G pitch. The sessions are delivered by FA Qualified coaches with the aim of supporting every player's development to improve their ability in training and match play.
Suffolk FA girls' and women's football development officer Paige Shorten said: "The reason behind setting up this fixture is to give the ACP girls the opportunity to represent their county and to play lots of matches to get used to playing with different players from in and around Lowestoft.
"The girls were great on Tuesday evening, every player had the right attitude to go out and represent Suffolk FA. These girls have only been together for six weeks and they played very well in every game. Every player rotated position, tried to play out from the back, and kept their ball very well as a team and individuals.
"As a programme we are really beginning to set the standard for girls' football in North Suffolk to support girls that play in clubs to have additional training and matches with Suffolk FA to improve ever player involved.
"We would like to thank Norwich Girls PDC and elite programme for hosting Suffolk FA ACP girls, they had a great time and it really helped all of the girls to be involved in match play."
If you are interested in finding out more than please contact Paige Shorten on (07432) 735986 or via email@example.com.
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