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The club pipped high-flying Birmingham City Ladies Football Club and Birchfield Harriers to the coveted title.
Hannah George, pictured right, is one such individual, playing for Birmingham City Ladies Football Club and recently invited to take part in trials for the national side.
KATE WARD AND DAVE DAY (AKA Donna and Ian Walmsley)STUDENT KATE, 19, is a striker and midfielder for Birmingham City Ladies Football Club.
The nominations in the Team of the Year Award category include the Women's England Kabaddi Team, City of Birmingham Water Polo Club, University of Birmingham Women's Lacrosse team, Old Yardleians RFC "Vandals", Old Silhillians Men's 1st XI, University of Birmingham Squash and Birmingham City Ladies Football Club.
YOUNG female footballers across the country are being attracted to Solihull College, which has entered into a unique partnership between Birmingham City Ladies Football Club and the college's Football Academy.
PLAYERS and bosses at Birmingham City Ladies Football Club have criticised Sky after it stopped television coverage of their triumphant FA Women's Cup final before the crucial penalty shoot-out.
I've been in enough deep water in the past but I'll give some constructive space to the Birmingham City Ladies football club who their England star and FA young player of the year Karen Carney says they need a new sponsor.
Staff at John Lewis and Birmingham City Ladies Football Club will be teaming up to raise cash for sick children.