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Captain and vice-captain appointed
Captain and vice-captain appointed
Manager confirms leadership roles
Published - 11th Jan 19
 

Manager Jamie McInnes has today confirmed his captaincy arrangements for the remainder of the season.

Niamh Farrell will take on the role of team captain with Amber Evans becoming vice captain.

McInnes was full of praise for the pair: "I have used the last few games to assess the leadership qualities of a number of individuals within the squad. I have learnt a lot of about the characters within the side and I feel both Niamh and Amber possess the necessary qualities in abundance to take on the armband duties for the team. The commitment and dedication shown by both Niamh and Amber has been second to none."

 
 
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Captain and vice-captain appointed
Captain and vice-captain appointed
Manager confirms leadership roles
Published - 11th Jan 19

Manager Jamie McInnes has today confirmed his captaincy arrangements for the remainder of the season.

Niamh Farrell will take on the role of team captain with Amber Evans becoming vice captain.

McInnes was full of praise for the pair: "I have used the last few games to assess the leadership qualities of a number of individuals within the squad. I have learnt a lot of about the characters within the side and I feel both Niamh and Amber possess the necessary qualities in abundance to take on the armband duties for the team. The commitment and dedication shown by both Niamh and Amber has been second to none."

 
Impressive second-half performance but Gulls pay penalty
Second-half revival comes too late
Gulls take a valuable point in tough conditions