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Lincoln Ladies will be flying out to Northern Ireland on Friday 19 November for a three-day training camp that will see the girls take on the Northern Ireland national team on Sunday 21 November.
The tour, which has been organised by Lincoln manager Rod Wilson, will represent the first trip away together for the newly-assembled squad, offering a chance to develop a strong team spirit amongst the players.
"I am delighted to have been able to finalise the plans for this tour, which marks another step in the right direction as we look to bring the players together and start functioning as a unit ahead of the start of the Super League season," explained Wilson.
"There is so much hard work to be done between now and March, but getting the right spirit in the camp is essential and this trip will hopefully go a long way towards that."
Using the trip as a team-building exercise, as well as a chance to get some valuable training time together, Lincoln will end their time away by taking on the Northern Ireland national team in a friendly that will no doubt provide a strong test for the girls.
"I am really looking forward to the trip," enthused midfielder Megan Harris. "It will be great to get everyone together for a tour like this and taking on the Northern Ireland team will be a great test of how far we've come in such a short time together.
"We've already begun to see a strong team spirit building up amongst the squad and I think trips like this can only go to strengthen that really, so hopefully this will be the first of many excursions that the club have got planned over the coming months as we build up to the start of the Super League season."
The team flies out to Northern Ireland on Friday 19 November and will return on the evening of Sunday 21 November.
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