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Frome Town Ladies FC are fast gaining a reputation for giving talented teenagers a fantastic opportunity to develop their careers as they are promoting a string of youngsters into their first team who play in the South West League Premier Division.
Manager Tim Davis, who left former club Weymouth to take over at the Blindmans Brewery Stadium this season, had a similar philosophy at Weymouth and it is paying dividends at Frome, with the youngsters repaying the faith with a string of great performances.
Among the talented teens currently starring and gaining rave reviews are 18-year-old Molly Hyde (pictured) who is the new club captain, right back Nieve Edwards, 18-year-old central midfielder Annie Redding, 17-year-old right back Charley Ratcliffe and 16-year-old strikers Georgia Williams and Tiegan Marsh and central midfielder Keira-Leigh Underhill.
There are several more on the horizon waiting to come into contention, as well as several talented 15-year-olds that Davis has with him in Weymouth.
Davis commented: "I have always taken great pleasure in giving the younger players the chance to develop and I look to recruit players who not only have good technical ability but they have to also possess great athletic ability and have great attitudes.
"Hopefully everybody at the club is as delighted as I am with what they have seen from the kids and this will be blueprint for the future for as long as I am at Frome Town Ladies."
If you are a talented teenager and you believe you have the attributes required to play at South West League Premier Division level for Frome Town, then please e mail email@example.com.
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