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Women's Team Making Big Progress - Gibbon-Hayes

12 April 2019

Pools Women's Team Lisa Stabler
Pools Women's Team

Pools Women’s Team will warm-up for their Easter Sunday game at The Super 6 Stadium by hosting Middlesbrough Reserves at Dyke House this weekend.

Pools Women’s Team will warm-up for their Easter Sunday game at The Super 6 Stadium by hosting Middlesbrough Reserves at Dyke House this weekend.

Jonathan Gibbon-Hayes’ side are excited to be playing at the First Team Stadium for their fixture with Wallsend next week and will hope to maintain fitness levels in Sunday’s friendly against Boro’s second string (2.30pm kick-off).

Having been in the job for almost two months now, Gibbon-Hayes is pleased with the progress that is being made as they look to finish the campaign strongly and build for the future.

“It’s been an amazing week at the Club with lots of preparation going on behind the scenes for next season and beyond,” revealed Gibbon-Hayes.

“We have also welcome a new Goalkeeper Coach in Anth Brown and he joined us at training for the first time on Thursday night which just adds to the feelgood factor we have at the minute.

“On a personal note, Andy (Hetherington, Assistant Manager), got to meet Craig Hignett on Tuesday and watched the First Team train, which was an amazing experience.

“Hopefully we can get to do this on a fairly regular basis because it was brilliant so thanks to Craig and his staff, as well as Carl Magnay who took time out to chat football with us.”

Jenni Duffy-Smith, Robyn Ingram and Lucy Hammond-Garrington are all unavailable for the weekend game against Boro Reserves.

It is free entry for all supporters at Dyke House if you would like to go along and watch the Women’s Team in action.

Click here for more information on the Women’s Team game against Wallsend to be played at The Super 6 Stadium.


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