Isle of Man FA women’s representative manager Wayne Lisy has announced his training squad for 2022.
Commenting on the squad, the new man in charge of the team said: ’The quality on show at the two trials sessions was extremely high and it has been very difficult to pick a training squad for 2022.
’My coaching team and I have chosen a group of players with a good mix of youth and experience. The versatility of players has also been a major factor in our selection with most players comfortably able to play in a variety of positions in differing formations.
’I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all players who attended the trials and gave their all.
’Rest assured this isn’t a closed group and I challenge those players who have not been selected at this time to continue to push themselves at club level. We’ll be watching.’
The squad is
Kayleigh Greggor (Peel)
Kiera Griffiths (Corinthians)
Sarah O’Reilly (Peel)
Shannon Groves (Corinthians)
Stevie Mallon (Corinthians)
Rebecca Crowe (Peel)
Katie Lovelady (Douglas Royal)
Anna Shaw (Corinthians)
Megan Kelly (Douglas Royal)
Rebecca Corkish (Peel)
Louise Gibbons (Peel)
Lisa Costain (Corinthians)
Holly Sumner (Corinthians)
Chloe Teare (Corinthians)
Ellie Gawne (Peel)
Becci Cole (Douglas Royal)
Kiera Morgan (Corinthians)
Sarah Wignall (Peel)
Casey Halsall (Corinthians)
Mica Santos (Peel)
Dom Moran (Onchan).
TOMMY AND PETER ACHIEVE LEVEL FOUR ACCREDITATION
Two well-known names within the local refereeing community, Tommy Crowe and Peter Greenhill, recently achieved level four match observer accreditation.
Referee observers are the guardian of standards and provide a quality assurance service towards referee promotion, development and retention.
First and foremost, the role of the observer is to help referees improve and become better as all-round match officials.
The accreditation means Tommy and Peter can observe officials appointed to matches at steps five and six in the English football pyramid system.
This includes the league that FC Isle of Man plays in and, in fact, Tommy observed the match referee Jacob Viera who travelled over from northwest England for the Ravens’ fixture against New Mills a fortnight ago.