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The Rock-itt : June 2012
. The football season is virtually half way through and although it might seem to some a little late to start a feature on women’s football, I decided it was time to have our ladies from Beacon Hill Football Club in The Rock-itt’s pages. This will be the first time ever in the ten year history of The Rock-itt that we have had local women’s football in, but as they say, it’s never too late for anything. So welcome ladies, and I hope we develop a long illustrious history between us. Pete Welcome to Beacon Hill Football Club Our Club is a section of Beacon Hill Youth Club and our football (soccer) section currently has around 925 registered players with 69 teams in 2012 playing in the Manly Warringah Football Association. Of these teams from U/6 through to O/35s we have 18 women’s teams from the U/10 Swans with junior team s and into senior teams including a mens and a women’s Premier League squad who had a great season last year. With close to 300 female players, we are going to give you a look into our women’s side of our club at the moment. This season after 7 rounds, the Women's P/L 1st grade are in 2nd position behind Manly Vale A and reserv es are in 4 th spot. The team is also contesting in the state cup and are currently about to play round 3 of this knockout comp. as are HSU. Good luck to both. Here we hav e our women’s AL division 3 team who started their season with a friendly gam e against Northbridge. This pre season trial gam e helped the team get in shape to take on some great teams from the Northern Beaches for our local com p. Currently, after 6 rounds they are sitting in 3 rd place with 3 wins and 3 draws. Welcome to our Beacon Hill U/10 Swans, hav ing a friendly gam e also with Northbridge players and the future super stars to our wom en’s football, our future stars have started their football adv enture with som e losses – wins and draws but most importantly lots of new friendships. . .