BARROWFORD Celtic FC are currently looking for girls for an under 18s team.
The side will be coached by a fully-qualified FA-accredited coach and be part of one of longest-established junior football clubs in the area, with teams from all ages from five years old up to adults.
It is a great opportunity to get involved if you are doing sports courses at college.
See how a club is run from the inside while you are making new friends, at a club affiliated with Burnley FC, who also have a ladies side.
You can view the website at www.barrowfordceltic.com for more information on what the club means to all their members and the community.
If this is something you want to give a try, maybe even with a few of your friends, you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for all the necessary details on training.
• BARROWFORD Celtic Under 14s Whites made a flying start to their season with an away win at Victory Park against Barnoldswick Town.
George Stanworth scored two early goals, as the side went on to hit nine.
The Barrowford lads chose former Barnoldswick Barons midfielder Joshua Briggs as man of the match.
Barrowford Celtic’s George Newton is pictured being pursued by Euan McKane of Barnoldswick Town.