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QPR FC Women Trust success

DESPITE the QPR FC Women’s season being cut short as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to reflect on what was an amazing 2019/20 season, both on and off the pitch.

Following the re-structure in the summer, which saw the Women’s side now forming under the Trust bracket.

Everyone at the club recognised the importance of the local community and the role that QPR Women’s can play in it.

This eventually led to our Women’s side attending many Community events whether it was alongside our Men’s side or on their own.

As a result, we had over 14 first team players attending a host of events throughout the season. Which ranged from hospital visits to helping celebrate International Women’s Day with local school children.

Hayley Peacock QPR FC Women’s captain told www.qpr.co.uk: “This season has been great on and off the field.

“As a squad, we recognise the importance of the local community and what QPR means to them and I am just pleased to have played a minor role in that.

“We have attended schools to help inspire the next generation, as well as hospitals and international events, it’s been a joy.

“All I can do is thank the club for their support and QPR In the Community Trust for allowing us to be a part of their great work.”

If you would like to help support the Trust please click here.

"We recognise the importance of the local community and what QPR means to them."

Hayley Peacock
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