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Girls to kick on with the Jet set in Tamworth

NEWCASTLE Jets Westfield W-League players Cassidy Davis and Tara Andrews will jet into Tamworth today to help Northern Inland Football celebrate Female Football Week.
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All femaler footballers in the region are invited to head down to Gipps St to enjoy a kick around with the Jets’ pair.

Northern Inland Football’s High Performance female squads will be in attendance as well as High Performance coaches Marie Wise and Peta Wallis, and Tamworth’s Emerging Jets representative Tyla Endemi.

It will be a great opportunity for young females to learn all the pathways soccer can lead to, as well as being able to register to play this season.

Tamworth’s Women’s T-League has evolved from a social competition to a well-developed competitive 12-team league featuring teams from Tamworth, Manilla and Quirindi.

The activities will run from 10am through to the afternoon.

In Armidale today, North and South Armidale will be clashing for a spot in the FFA Cup fourth round.

Both accounted for Tamworth opposition last week, with North withstanding a late barrage from Oxley Vale Attunga for a 1-nil win and the Scorpions beating Tamworth FC 2-nil the next day.

They go into today without Jake Pamment, who scored the opening goal against FC, and one or two others, but reserve grade coach Joe Campbell doesn’t see that as too big an issue for them.

“We do have a fair bit of depth this year,” Campbell said.

It is only early days as far as the season goes but the signs so far have been encouraging.

“We’ve got probably five or six new inclusions from last year,” he said.

“From the first game to the second game there was a lot of improvement.”

He is anticipating a good battle in the midfield.

“We’ve seen Norths play a couple of times so far this year,” he said.

“They do knock the ball around quite well.”

The way they did that was one of the things Scorpions coach Ben Wright was most impressed with against FC.

Campbell said Wright has brought a lot of talent and experience back into the midfield, and felt getting on top there will go a long way towards coming out on top.

“We just have to control the ball and control the midfield,” he said.

“If we can, we can get on top of them.”Wright concurred.

South Armidale’s Sam Sharifi heads this ball away against Tamworth FC win. Photo: Gareth Gardner 280216GGB10

“It’ll be won or lost in the midfield,” he said.

He is expecting a pretty tough game in the middle.

The game will be played at Wicklow 12, kicking off at 3pm.

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