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Friends and work colleagues of Wednesfield Town striker Louise Price will be holding a Dress Down Day at Veolia Brownhills on Friday 25th February to help raise funds for Wednesfield Town Ladies Football Club and The Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Louise has worked in the Purchase Ledger Department at Veolia for three years and is now in her fourth season with Wednesfield Town Ladies Football Club.
The club has held a number of fundraising events this season for both their team & their sponsored charity - Multiple Sclerosis Society.
These events have included fashion shows, dog races at Monmore Green and sponsored walks.
They are fundraising for training equipment, a new football kit and pitch fees. Any previous funds that have been raised have been split between the football team and MS society; this will also be the case for whatever monies raised from the forthcoming dress down day.
For more info, please see the team's website at www.wednesfieldtownladies.co.uk.
Wednesfield play in the West Midland Regional League Premier Division having been promoted as Division One North champions last spring under their former name of Willenhall Town. They made an inauspicious start to the current campaign, failing to take a solitary from their opening three games.
But following a 3-0 win at Hereford Pegasus, their fortunes have soared and after disruption to fixtures because of adverse weather (the team did not play any more games in 2010 after a 1-1 draw against Allscott on 14th November), Wednesfield have started 2011 in champions style form winning all four games in January.
That quartet of victories began with a 3-2 win over Cannock, Louise scoring one of the goals, and included a fine 3-0 home success, leading scorer Abiyola Riley bagging a hat trick, over hitherto unbeaten leaders Dudley Town who had conceded just two goals in 10 games beforehand. Victory over Dudley was all the sweeter as Dudley won 11-1 in the season's earlier encounter back in September.
January's results would have made Wednesfield "team of the month" and in the finest tradition of such accolades the winning streak came to end on 6th February with a 1-1 draw against Hereford Pegasus, and being the odd team (out of 11) not playing last Sunday results meant they slipped from fifth to seventh on goal difference behind Cannock and Lichfield Diamonds.
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