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Sheila takes President's role
 Women's Football News 27 Apr 2010
Sheila takes President's role - 27 Apr 2010 - Women's Football NewsCurzon Ashton are pleased to announce Sheila Crompton as their Honorary President.
Sheila's husband Jack Crompton is already involved as Club President and both regular supporters of all the club's teams from juniors, to men's and ladies. Jack, a former Manchester United player, coach and now ambassador for the club, spends his time at United, Altrinham and Curzon. Sheila really enjoys the work they do within the three clubs and their charity work.
Sheila and Jack have supported the ladies over the past two seasons and will be a valuable asset in taking the ladies section of the club forward. All the people involved with the ladies work so hard and it is difficult to thank them in the way they deserve but, with Sheila's help, the club will have a figurehead to run the club with distinction and dignity.

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