Girls aged U12 to U18, register now for Diamond League trials.
Diamond League is for development-minded players wanting to play in the top division for their age group. All other grading and registration will be in February 2020, as in previous years.
There are two trial dates, both at NTRA. Players are expected to attend both dates.
|G12 and G14||G16 and G18|
|17 November||3:15 to 4:30||4:45 to 6:00|
|24 November||3:15 to 4:30||4:45 to 6:00|
To register, click here.
If you are unable to make the dates and wish to register your interest, please email us.
In addition, players are invited to attend pre-trial training. These sessions will be run by XLR8 on 25 October, and 1, 8 and 15 November at NTRA. Sessions will run as follows:
G12 and G14: 5:30 to 6:30pm
G16 and G18: 6:30 to 7:30pm
There is no cost for this event, but registration is essential. To register, click here.
More about Diamond League
Kissing Point FC is delighted to be partnering with Turramurra United FC in a joint venture to gain a Diamond League licence for 2020.
Diamond League is for U12, U14, U16 and U18 girls who wish to play in the top division of NSFA community football and provides the opportunity for depth and development.
Why a joint venture?
Both clubs are committed to female football, sit alongside each other geographically, and recognise that Diamond League needs to be a quality league with competitive teams. By combining forces, both clubs can enable current players to remain at their clubs and play at this level, as well as attract new players. With the backing of dedicated committee members working on female football, the two clubs aim to increase female participation in football.
Diamond League Teams will receive:
- XLR8 training and game day coach
- at least 20 weeks of 2 nights a week coaching
- 15 weeks of matches plus gala days (+ pre-season trial games)
- Dedicated female coaching coordinator
What if my daughter doesn’t make or doesn’t want to try out for a Diamond League team? Your daughter will still be able to play community football at her club in 2020. The aim is to provide for both community players and girls who wish to progress within the NSFA. Both clubs will continue to run as many teams as they can to serve female players, including those who want to play social football with friends.
When is grading and how do I register? Please register via the link above and mark your calendars with both dates. We will stay in touch with reminders as we get closer to trial dates. Please also advise friends who are interested.
Zeena Skelly, VP Women and Girls email@example.com
Kylie Chambers, TUFC Womens/Girls coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Joint email email@example.com
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