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Ashton Girls become the latest addition to the City Women Sister Club Programme

Bristol City Women are delighted announce that Ashton Girls have joined the Sister Club Programme.

Under the new structure for the 2017/18 season, Ashton Girls are the third new addition.

Ashton Girls manager Ross Simmons said: “I’m delighted we are part of the Sister Club Programme for the 2017/18 season.

“We purchased the match day experience against Arsenal during the Spring Series and it was a dream come true for all of our players to be surrounded by their role models.

“The atmosphere at the club is fantastic and the process to get this arranged was very simple. I am looking forward to continuing this partnership and to drive participation in women’s football in Bristol.”

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