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BANWELL Football Club, in contrast to the 2007/08 season, had an average campaign last time around.

BANWELL Football Club, in contrast to the 2007/08 season, had an average campaign last time around.

Challenging near the top at the start of the season the team fell away. With a few players injured long term, the team fielded six 16 year olds for the final game of the season. The reserves also had a poor season, narrowly avoiding relegation.

This season the management is looking to drive the club forward. With an abundance of talented young players, and a highly qualified club coach who currently works with Bristol City, Banwell can boast more than many clubs.

However, the club needs to be improved and it is therefore looking for committee members for the forthcoming season to help revamp the structure.

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The club currently plays in the Somerset Senior League and needs the right people to guide it towards its target of becoming semi-professional. The club currently boasts a clubhouse and its own pitch but both need improving. The role is unpaid but is rewarding.

n Banwell FC?are also looking for more players. If you are interested in playing, then training is held at the Riverside ground in Banwell every Tuesday at 7.15pm. Everyone is welcome.

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Banwell will also be running a ladies' team (over 16s) for the first time this season. The team will feature a number of beginners, so please don't be shy to give football a try. The sessions will be on Sunday mornings and will be with a qualified coach.

If you are interested in finding out more about a committee role, playing, or the women's team please call Matthew on 07793 130342.

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