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Sharnbrook manager Tim Scerri has hailed his side's achievement of finishing as Champions in the Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire League Division Two.
Founded in 2002 and an ever present in the top two divisions of ladies county football in Bedfordshire, Sharnbrook Women's FC were looking to rebuild slightly following a disappointing 2014-15 season. The summer of 2015 saw them bring in nine new players, a new coach and a new manager.
After some hard work over the summer, the team got off to a good start in the league, losing only one match out of eight played before Christmas. The second half of the season was even more successful with the team going undefeated and this resulted in a staggering goal difference of +58 from only 16 matches. These results led to SWFC winning the Beds & Herts Division Two title and being promoted into the top tier of ladies county football.
"This is a great achievement for a club based in a small village and with limited resources," Tim told Women's Soccer Scene. "The hard work, effort and determination shown by all was evident and this seasons success has only helped the team to bond and develop further.
"Key results included a 7-0 win against Houghton Athletic who finished second in the league, three points behind us, also securing the league title on the last day of the season with a 6-2 win away to Garston."
Tim Scerri is assisted by Mark Summerfield and Laura Strange is the team's captain. Charlie Mullins topped their scoring charts with 27 goals and this brought her the Players' Player of the season award. The Manager's Player of the season went to Mel Harradine whilst Chantelle Harris was named as Most Improved player.
If you would like to know more or are interested in playing for or sponsoring the club then please visit www.sharnbrookwomensfc.co.uk or email the team's manager, Tim Scerri, at email@example.com.
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