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Reading Royals Ladies are keen to put together a new under-17 league for the 2008-2009 season.
The proposal is to bring teams together who are likely to finish in the top three within their under-16 competition this season, thus creating a competitive league of good standard. Teams have been approached across the South in counties that stretch from Sussex to Avon along the M4, M25 and M3 corridors initially to get feedback. So far it has been positive and subject to enough clubs being interested, a meeting will take place in February on a date and venue to be confirmed to consider the idea further.
A Royals spokesman said: "We have a dedicated bunch of young female players who are keen to compete at the best possible level but we probably get about 6 or 7 of what we can call really competitive games a season. The new league would provide this level of football every week.
"Our Ladies compete in the Southern Division of the Premier League and the jump from youth football to this level is great. Giving them the opportunity to play good football at youth level for another year will make the transition easier and benefit them greatly."
Any clubs who will be competing at under-17 or under-16 level next year and are of the required standard, and are interested in this venture, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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