Weekly update of what has been happening at the club...
POSTPONED GAME FOR GILLS LADIES
Gills Ladies were due to welcome MK Dons LFC to Chatham Town FC in the FA Women’s Premier League on Sunday, March 27. Unfortunately the game could not go ahead due to a water logged pitch.
Gills Ladies are next on the road to play Lowestoft Town LFC in the FA Women’s Premier League on Sunday, April 3. Good luck girls.
“THE SHOUTING MEN”
Manager Jack Wheeler took some time out to provide the inside view from Priestfield through an article published by Kent Online. The article was also available in the Medway Messenger (Friday, March 18 edition).
For the article please click here.
OPPORTUNITY TO BE MATCH DAY MASCOTS FOR GILLS LADIES
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.
For more information on this opportunity please click here.
If you would like your team to have the chance to experience this fantastic opportunity next season please contact Jenny Wallbank, email@example.com.
GILLS LADIES NEXT FIXTURES
Sunday, April 3 (kick off 2pm) – Lowestoft Town LFC – FA WPL South East Division (Away)
Sunday, April 17 (kick off 2pm) – Cambridge Utd LFC – FA WPL South East Division (Home)
Sunday, April 24 (kick off 2pm) – Ipswich Town LFC – FA WPL South East Division (Home)
For full fixture list please click here.
GIRLS CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE
Congratulations to U17s keeper, Katie Startup and her England teammates who have qualified for the European Finals in Belarus this May. To find more please click here.
Well done to our Girls Academy squad who finished runners-up at the Copa Costa Brava II tournament. The girls suffered a shoot-out defeat in the final but remained unbeaten in normal time throughout the tournament and put in some impressive team performances.
There is still time to sign up for our FREE Girls Only Soccer School next week, please click here to find out how to book up.