Following the recent U15 Girls Talent ID Days the following players have been selected to take part in the ISFA U15 Girls Regional Representative Festival, taking place on Sunday 16th June at the Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre.
|First Name||Last Name||School|
|Alice||Habermehl||Bedford Modern School|
|Matilda||Leather||Bedford Modern School|
|Livvy||Chalk||Bristol Grammar School|
|Ayla||Darcy||Guildford High School|
|Grace||White||Kings College Taunton|
|Katie||Beale||Kings College Taunton|
|Charlotte||Cahn||Kingston Grammar School|
|Maya||Baddour||Latymer Upper School|
|Poppy||Bastock||Leicester Grammar School|
|Sophie||El Khalil||Oxford High School|
|Jennifer||Roberts||Red House School|
|Lily||Patrick||Red House School|
|Jemma||Freestone||Reigate Grammar School|
|Hannah||Phillips||St Helens Northwood|
|Molly||Nearchou||St James Senior Girls School|
|Eloise||Ward||St Joseph College, Ipswich|
|Elizabeth||Freeney||The Abbey School|
|Leila||Lister||The Abbey School|
Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre was host to ISFAs first ever Girls U15 Regional Representative Festival as 45 girls from across the country participated in an afternoon of 11v11 matches. The opening game was a sign of things to come as the South Reds and South Blues played out an entertaining 1-1 draw with some excellent football played throughout the game. The South Reds then found there scoring boots in the next game as they defeated the North & Midlands, who were also narrowly beaten in their next game against the South Blues despite playing some exceptional passing football.
In the second round of fixtures South Reds snatched a late equaliser against South Blues as the southern teams once again played out an entertaining draw, before the South Reds once again produced some deadly finishing to defeat the North & Midlands. In the final game North & Midlands got their revenge on the South Blues claiming a 3-1 victory, a result that guaranteed the South Reds top spot for the day.
ISFA Football Development Manager Ian Bent was delighted with the success of the first ever Girls U15 Regional Representative Festival. “It was great to see months of planning result in an excellent afternoon of girls football here today, and I would like to thank everyone who has supported todays event. Not only was it great to see so many girls from across the country representing their region, but the quality of football throughout the day was superb, and was further evidence of the continued growth, popularity, and increasing talent of girls football within the independent schools sector”.
Girls U15 Regional Representative Festival Standings:
|3rd||North & Midlands||3pts|