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West Ham Ladies on the lookout for new players

15:00 28 May 2014

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The Ladies are looking to bost their squad after another successful season

2013-14 was another successful season for West Ham Utd Ladies with the first team, u-18s, u-13s and u-10s all winning County Cups and the u-11s winning their League.

The Ladies battle it out in the FA Womens’ Premier League and play their home games at Thurrock FC, whilst also getting to train at the club’s main Chadwell Heath training ground.

The Junior’s meanwhile train at the WHUFC Community Ground in Beckton and play their games at May & Bakers Sports & Social Club in Dagenham.

The club boasts players from all over the county and is holding its yearly open trials (u-11s, u-13s, u-15s and u-18s) at the Beckton site on Sunday, June 8.

● For more information please visit clubwebsite.co.uk/westhamunitedladiesfc or email westhamladiesjuniors@hotmail.co.uk You can also follow the Ladies on twitter @westhamladies

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