Female Football week took centre stage at Lynwood Park this week as National Premier Leagues NSW top tier side Macarthur Rams Women FC opened its doors to six community Youth Girls teams who had the opportunity to train with its stars on their synthetic field.
Renowned for being one of the NPL NSW Women’s powerhouse clubs, Macarthur hosted the Under 14 Tahmoor Taipans, Under 15 Eschol Park FC and Under 18 Camden Falcons who were all put through their paces by the Rams coaches as they linked up with the Rams’ Under 14, U15 and U17 Girls youth sides.
Macarthur Football Association General Manager Salv Carmusciano applauded the Rams for the initiative.
“In Female Football Week, it is great to see our local NPL club embrace their responsibility to the local Football Family.
“Everyone wins from an exercise like this.”
Eschol Park coach Peter Peters welcomed the proactive approach by the Rams.
“The girls really enjoyed themselves and took in the experience in being part of a quality setup with some up-and-coming female stars of our sport.”
While Camden Falcons’ manager Roy Hudson was delighted with how the sessions unfolded.
“It was a two-hour session with the Rams U17 squad.
“Our girls have come away with a better understanding of how much effort they need to put in to get the required results.
“Hopefully we can continue with this momentum into our training, and it can bode well for the rest of our season.”
The Gunners SC Under 14’s, Picton Rangers Under 15’s and Narellan Rangers Under 18’s Girls will all join the Rams on Lynwood Park this Friday evening.