Belles show off their new kit

Hitchin Town Belles under-14s have played for the first time wearing their new kit sponsored by Dee-Tek Engineering. Playing on their home pitch in Ickleford, the girls drew 1-1 in a highly entertaining match against top of the league Spurs to remain unbe

Hitchin Town Belles under-14s have played for the first time wearing their new kit sponsored by Dee-Tek Engineering.

Playing on their home pitch in Ickleford, the girls drew 1-1 in a highly entertaining match against top of the league Spurs to remain unbeaten so far this year.

By strange coincidence, it was exactly one year to the day Dee-Tek owner Doug Flack tragically died in his home village of Langford aged 33.

Hitchin Belles and Dee-Tek manager Paul Rogers would like to thank the Flack family for their support.


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The Belles currently have five teams playing competitively in the Home Counties Girls' Football League from under-10s to under-14s.

They are always interested in any new girls, especially for next season, with the possibility of an under-nine team giving an opportunity to those as young as seven.

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Any girls interested should call Phil 01462 458290 or Paul 01462 621030.

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