KLSC Lionesses, back row from left: Imogen Gore, Grace Thompson, Evie Whitmore, Macie St John, Lily Waldren, Lexi Nicol, Tillie Yallop. Front: Lana Sturgeon, Lillie Watson, Abi Bransgrove, Lexi Hinds, Poppy Clapson, Charley Wheatley and Lizzie Puckova.Picture: SUBMITTED.

FOOTBALL: A King’s Lynn female football club is hoping to ride the wave of support for the women’s game after last weekend’s England Ladies Euro 22 success.

KLSC Lionesses play on Saturday mornings at Kingsway and are looking for experienced female players to play in their u14 and u15/16 teams. 

Club coach Philip Yates said: “We started the KLSC Lionesses training programme in April 2021 and haven’t looked back since. The players have a great attitude towards football.

“It’s a friendly environment and the teams play really good football.

“Some have decided
all-female football is for them after seeing just how good they are!

“They are already a strong team and have only been beaten once, by a more experienced side.”

To cater for younger players, the club will soon be starting Wildcats sessions for five to 11 year olds.

The new season starts in September and any girls interested in joining can contact Yates on 07917 384983. 

λ King’s Lynn Town Ladies came from a goal down to grind out a draw against a hard working Dussindale & Hellesdon Rovers in their latest pre-season friendly.

A long-range free-kick floated over the home defence to give the visitors an early lead.

The Linnets stepped up a gear after the break and were rewarded with an equaliser from ‘Trialist A’.