March 29, 2022
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Women's team prepare for warm-up match

The Digicel national women's football team are gearing up for their first international warm-up match against Westfield Sports tomorrow in Australia.
The Lisa Cole coached side landed in Australia on Sunday mid-day and headed for training at the Valentine Sports Center ground in Sydney.
The 20-member side sees the inclusion of Fiji's lone professional women footballer Trina Davis who arrived in the country earlier in March.
The side plays its first warm match against Westfield Sports at 4pm on Wednesday before they play APIA Leichhardt FC on April 2nd.
"Our main objective of this tour is to give more game time to the girls and also it will give me the opportunity to see how the players perform in their respective positions," Cole said.
The side will play their first international friendly match against the Philippines on April 7 and the second match on April 11 in Sydney.
By Romeka Romena  

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