Just to say great start to the Wildcats sessions today and thanks for everyone's help and support today.
I think the kids seem to enjoy themselves and it was great to see 60 odd U8 and U9 girls all playing organised football.
Hopefully we can do it all again next week and it would be great if you could let me know as soon as you can how many teams can come down.
Particularly thanks to Stockport and Rochdale - Stockport came down with four girls and Rochdale made sure they gave them enough players for each game. So teams who don't have five, please come down .
A couple of things we could do with improving on for next time. We need to try and speed up the turnaround between games, try and get some of your parents involved in setting up a and taking down, and can we try and ensure we clear all our rubbish away.
If anyone has any suggestions on what we might do differently, please let me know.
Finally if anyone has any photos we can send on to Pete that would be really good. I'll also try and get all the kids together for a big photo before we start next week.
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