SCW&GFL West Division

Published : 12th February 2009

Bognor Today

Bognor girls' team reach for the top

The renamed Bognor Regis Town under-13 girls' side
The renamed Bognor Regis Town under-13 girls' side
The renamed Bognor Regis Town under-13 girls' side
Bognor Regis Town's under-13 girls may not be old enough to have the Premier League in their sights, but they aim to be top of their own division.

Following a successful season as Felpham under-12 girls, Chichester-based boiler manufacturer ATAG Heating has agreed to sponsor the team and help them turn the heat on new challengers.

A new green and white strip bearing the ATAG logo will boost the young team.

From their Chichester headquarters, ATAG distributes two main ranges of boilers for domestic and light commercial use.

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  • Last Updated: 26 June 2008 2:56 PM
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  • Location: Chichester


Bognor Today

Published Date:
26 March 2008 
Location: Chichester

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Felpham's flying finish is typical of their season

Felpham's triumphant under-12 girls
Felpham's triumphant under-12 girls
A jubilant Felpham under-12 girls' side finished the league season at Henfield and rounded off an unbelievable record, beating a well-disciplined Henfield side 3-0.
In wintry conditions, the going was tough for both teams and chances were missed at both ends with neither team taking command.
Goal-hungry Abbie Flower struck after a goalmouth scramble and this settled a Felpham side determined to finish the league season unbeaten, and they began to play some nice football.
Felpham took only seven players into this match and tired legs began to show as the pitch became a mudbath.
Both teams battled on and halfway through the second half, Felpham scored twice in two minutes.
First, Remi Harding picked up on a poor goal kick and fired home, and from the kick-off, Jodie Greenway intercepted the ball and ran straight at goal, slotting it past the goalkeeper.
That left Felpham with a league record of 13 wins, one draw and no defeats, with 83 goals scored and only one conceded that in the first game of the season.
Felpham manager Martin Greenway said: "I'm so pleased with the girls. They have put in a fantastic effort all season."

FELPHAM: Harding, Booker, Vawdrey, Martin, Quinnell, Greenway, Flower.

The team go 11-a-side next season and are looking for players with some experience.
Anyone interested should e-mail

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Girls go for goal - and hit target 76 times

Felpham under-12s can't stop scoring
Felpham under-12s can't stop scoring
Felpham under-12s can't stop scoring
Felpham's free-scoring under-12s take centre stage in our round-up of the latest girls' football action.
Cowfold Cobras 0 Felpham 9

A Tenth clean sheet in a row and nine more goals saw Felpham go five points clear for the Christmas break and they still have a game in hand.
Felpham were keen from the start to stamp their authority on the game, pinning Cowfold back in their own half. And they produced five goals in 15 minutes.
Dominating midfield with well-executed passing, they attacked the Cobra goal at will, but they missed more chances than they took.
The second half saw the same pattern with the leaders playing stylish football and adding four more to the tally.
Abbie Flower (4), captain Jodie Greenway (3), Remi Harding and Megan Quinnell netted.
Much of the success so far this season must go to the outstanding defence they have conceded only one goal this season, in the very first game.
In those games they have scored 76 goals.
FELPHAM: Harding, Booker, Vawdrey, Martin, Quinnell, Flower, Greenway. Subs: Spurway, Beaven