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6 November 2015

Weekly update of what has been happening at the club…

Disappointment for Gills Ladies

Gillingham Ladies were on the road again this week to face Norwich City Ladies in the FA Womens Premier League and were looking to extend their unbeaten run to 10 games. 

With a 3-1 advantage Gills Ladies looked on course to enjoy another good trip on the road, however, the game was stopped twice due to the bad weather conditions then on 50 minutes it was confirmed the match had been abandoned due to severe fog.

Manager Jack Wheeler revealed everyone was disappointed that the game had to be abandoned but the girls are looking forward to returning to Chatham Town FC on Sunday to play Herne Bay Ladies in the SSE Womens FA Cup.

The match away to Norwich City LFC will be re-arranged, date to be confirmed.

Gills Ladies Assistant Manager and Performance Analyst Opportunities

Following a reshuffle of Gills Ladies coaching team, the club are looking for a new assistant manager. If you're ambitious, dedicated and passionate about coaching and are interested in the role, please email Charlotte Richardson

The club are also looking for a part time Performance Analyst intern to join the team, training for this role will be given and this role can be carried out remotely. If you are interested in this role, please send your CV to Nick Gearing

Gills Ladies match day mascot opportunity

The Kent Girls and Ladies League have joined forces with Gills Ladies to offer all affiliated clubs within the Kent Girls and Ladies League a unique opportunity to be Gills Ladies match day mascots. 

We have the pleasure of welcoming the Brownies as match day mascots for the next home game against Herne Bay Ladies on Sunday, November 8.

If you would like your team to have the chance to experience this fantastic opportunity please contact Charlotte Richardson

Gills Ladies Season Tickets

Since the start of the season there has only been two home league games played, a Season Ticket is still great value and are available to purchase from the club’s ticket office at Gillingham FC, as well as at home match days and online via Season Ticket.

Season Tickets enable Gills Ladies fans to access all league home games and half price tickets for cup fixtures.  Adult Season Tickets cost £25 (free entry for U16s).

We look forward to seeing all supporters at our next home game.

Gills Ladies Next League Fixtures

The next league game for Gills Ladies is home against Old Actonians on Sunday, November 15 (kick off 2pm) and the next away game is against Cambridge Utd LFC on Sunday, November 22 (kick off 2pm).

For full fixture list please click here.

Cup Fever continues in November for the Ladies

Gills Ladies will host Tottenham Hotspur LFC in the second round of the Ryman League Cup and the match will take place on Wednesday, November 25 (kick off 7:45pm).

Gills Ladies travel to Lewes Ladies in the second round of the FA Womens Premier League Plate and the match will take place on Sunday, November 29 (kick off 2pm).

Tickets for all cup games are £3 for adults, £1.50 for season ticket holders and free entry for under 16s.

Girls Centre of Excellence 
It’s Cups all round this weekend as our U17s face Middlesex FA at home in the 1st Round of The FA Girl’s U17s Centres of Excellence Youth Cup, while the rest of the squads have a well-deserved weekend off. Good luck girls from all at the club.
This week saw Mark Patterson deliver our second Coaches Open Evening at the Centre. The evening is open to coaches and volunteers of grass roots club to come and observe our coaches at players at work. Patterson worked with our U13s on ‘Counter Attacking to Finish and Managing Overloads’. It was a great session with one of the coaches who attended stating “It’s shown me where my girls need to improve and more importantly how I can achieve that.” Thank you to all those attending and we will be hosting another Open Evening in the New Year.  
Girls Academy 
The Girls Academy are back in the stadium and back to the books as they continue with their studies in the classroom and out on the pitch in training. Next week the girls will be travelling down to Brighton to play their Academy, in what will be a great training exercise for them, good luck girls.    
Football League Girls Cup
The road to Wembley starts next week as we host the local stage of the Football League Girls Cup (U13). School teams from across the county will be joining us as they look to win the right to represent Gillingham FC in the National Stages of the tournament and could progress all the way to the final for the prize of a lifetime – playing football at Wembley stadium. The winner of our local stage will then go on to compete against other winning schools in the Area Finals being hosted by Southend FC in January. Good luck to all the teams who have entered and we look forward to announcing our winner. 

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