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Expansion will help Invergordon Girls' Football Club keep ball rolling

By Will Clark

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Invergordon Girls’ Football Club is kicking off in popularity after it was announced it will be increasing its number of teams next season.

The club, which was only formed 13 months ago, has grown to over 40 players and have had a successful 2018 where they finished joint-top of the Under-13 Highland League.

Invergordon Girls Club
Invergordon Girls Club

Now the club are set to enter two teams into the Under-13 Highland League as well as entering a new team into the Under-15 Highland League.

Club coach Iain Maciver says with the success of the club, they are still looking for new players to help strengthen the game in Ross-shire and Sutherland

“We evolved from a school team to get to where we are today,” he said.

“We have around 40 girls at our training sessions.

"It has been a successful year where we have an under-11 team who play at festivals, and our under-13 team played in the Highland League and finished joint-top.

“We are on the lookout for new players. Even though we are an Invergordon team we have girls who come from across the area including Bonar Bridge, Dingwall and Dornoch. Girls in the team represent 15 different schools.”

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.

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