Women’s league

Taylar AmoniniNorth West Telegraph

Locals have a second chance to form a new women’s football league committee after just one person attended the first meeting last week. manager Vicki Agnew announced a meeting last week for the women’s sport however, despite the incredible response on social media only one person attended.

“If we don’t get the numbers it wont happen,” she said.

“While I will be around, the committees must be run by local communities.”

In the past, Port Hedland has struggled to get the numbers for a local league with women mostly having to travel for carnivals to play games.

This year however, Ms Agnew hopes women will reflect theform a new women’s football committee after just one person attended the first meeting last week.

Women’s football is on the brink of ending in Port Hedland after a massive no-show occurred at the first meeting last week.

West Australian Football Commission regional development ir social media excitement for a local league to go ahead.

Despite the dismal attendance, Ms Agnew hopes women will reflect their social media excitement for a local league to go ahead.

meeting last week, Hedland sports fans will have a second chance to create a committee and have the Aussie sport continue in town.

The second meeting will be at the Youth Involvement Council meeting room today from 6pm.

Call Ms Agnew on 0455 661 633 for more details.

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