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The new season in the Welsh Premier Women's League gets underway this week and Port Talbot Town are hoping to build on last time's finish, when they finished in mid-table and reached the semi finals of the League Cup.
There have been a few changes over the summer for the club, both within the team and the management, and secretary Mary Ball told Women's Soccer Scene that they are looking forward to the new campaign.
"We are happy with the current squad and eagerly awaiting the start of the season," she said. "We have a small squad of 17 players but are very pleased with the new players who have signed this season, and feel we are in a good position to improve on our past years' performances.
"Our goalkeeper coach Craig Evans made a significant difference last year and he continues to work with our keeper Bethan Ellis to build her confidence and develop her skills. We also have a new player coach in Terri Beddows who is working hard with the girls to prepare the team for the coming season.
"Throughout the summer months we have enjoyed a number of friendly fixtures with the likes of Pontypridd, Goytre, Dafen, Exeter City Ladies and Cardiff City Ladies. Morale is really good at the moment with a excellent team spirit and everyone is looking forward to the start of the season."
Port Talbot open up the new campaign this Sunday with a home fixture at the Genquip Stadium against Wrexham.
Port Talbot squad: Lauren Amor, Rachael Ball, Terri Beddows, Jessica Curran, Bethan Ellis, Jesci Hare, Chelsey Harris, Amie Lea, Samantha Morgan, Nicole Rawlinson, Tija Richardson, Kathryn Salter, Sian Scannell, Vicky Stratton, Jessica Wadey, Carys Wilkinson, Hayley Williams.
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