There are two U13 girls’ teams: Wolves for the Year 8s and Wolf Cubs for the Year 7s. The current Wolf Cubs team started to come together when the girls were in Year 3, and their numbers have grown steadily each year – they are now in Year 7.
The girls play in the Cornwall Girls’ Football League. The Cubs always play up a year, as currently the Girls’ League alternates between odd and even age groups each year. However, they more than hold their own against tough and mostly older opposition.
During the winter months, the team get to take part in an indoor futsal tournament and in the Summer they play football festivals, including a big one on the beach at Perranporth.
As well as training and playing matches, the girls have enjoyed other activities as a team, including laser tag, surf lessons, beach football, the Aqua park at Retallack and also fund raising.
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We bring you the very latest news from The FA and the SW Premier League as we welcome the UK Government’s announcement that competitive grassroots football can look forward to resuming from 2nd December.
The FA and SWPL have provided an update for ‘non-elite’ football in England following the UK Government’s announcement on new national COVID-19 restrictions that will be in place from Thursday 5 November 2020 until Wednesday 2 December 2020.
In advance of our home game on Tuesday night with Dobwalls, please check out this statement on behalf of the South West Peninsula League regarding the latest Covid-19 guidance.
The UK Government has confirmed that organised sports, which include Steps 3-6 of the National League System [NLS], Tiers 3-6 of the Women’s Football Pyramid [WFP] and outdoor grassroots football, can continue as an exemption to its latest planned measures in response to COVID-19.
Yipee, The FA have today issued updated guidelines for the National League System (NLS) and Women’s Football Pyramid (WFP) that include a phased and limited return of spectators for clubs at steps three to six and tiers three to four respectively. This means we very much look forward to welcoming you back to Bodieve Park from Saturday. #LetFansIn
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