Published Monday 31st May 2021 Today the FAW announced the new make-up of the recently introduced new Tier 1 and Tier 2 for women’s football in Wales for season 2021/22. The application process was in two parts, the first on infrastructure and facilities within the Club - which we were pleased to have passed and moved onto the second part which was a presentation to an FAW panel on where we see the future growth within female football within our Club. Unfortunately, despite giving a very good showing by Secretary David Sweet and manager Zoe Denman-Ellis we were sadly not included in the new structure for the season ahead. Speaking after the FAW announced their press release David commented: “We’re obviously very disappointed not to be included in the group of teams that will be playing in Tier 2 of the reformed women’s pyramid, but the whole application process has given us the opportunity to reflect on where we’ve been and plan for where we want to go in the women’s game. In that regard, despite not being admitted, it’s been a very worthwhile experience. We would like to thank the panel for their time and assistance through the process and for their kind and encouraging feedback we received in respect of our development plan and contribution to the women’s game in the Cynon Valley. We look forward to working with Grace Williams at the FAW to put our plans into action in the coming years as we mount a challenge to win a place at tier 2 on sporting merit. We now regroup and give Zoe and her team all the support she needs to achieve the club’s ambitions to play at the highest level possible in the women’s game”.
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Published Monday 31st May 2021 Today the FAW announced the new make-up of the recently introduced new Tier 1 and Tier 2 for women’s football in Wales for season 2021/22. The application process was in two parts, the first on infrastructure and facilities within the Club - which we were pleased to have passed and moved onto the second part which was a presentation to an FAW panel on where we see the future growth within female football within our Club. Unfortunately, despite giving a very good showing by Secretary David Sweet and manager Zoe Denman-Ellis we were sadly not included in the new structure for the season ahead. Speaking after the FAW announced their press release David commented: “We’re obviously very disappointed not to be included in the group of teams that will be playing in Tier 2 of the reformed women’s pyramid, but the whole application process has given us the opportunity to reflect on where we’ve been and plan for where we want to go in the women’s game. In that regard, despite not being admitted, it’s been a very worthwhile experience. We would like to thank the panel for their time and assistance through the process and for their kind and encouraging feedback we received in respect of our development plan and contribution to the women’s game in the Cynon Valley. We look forward to working with Grace Williams at the FAW to put our plans into action in the coming years as we mount a challenge to win a place at tier 2 on sporting merit. We now regroup and give Zoe and her team all the support she needs to achieve the club’s ambitions to play at the highest level possible in the women’s game”.
Aber not included in new FAW Tier 2 for Women
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