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American Football - 29. November 2007.

NJ TITANS ANNOUNCE MOVE TO A MORE COMPETITIVE LEAGUE; THE NWFA NATIONAL WOMEN'S FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION



WAYNE, NEW JERSEY-The New Jersey Titans, an all female tackle football team has announced their move into a more competitive league. The NJ Titans owner, Simone Edwards, felt that this was a smart move for her team based on the direction of where the NWFA league is heading. "I had to return to my roots," says Edwards, being a player in the NWFA with the Philadelphia Phoenix for four years. She now returns as an owner/player of the NJ Titans. The NWFA is a great league to play for, and I felt this was the best league for the Titans to gain exposure and to really experience "true" women's football.



"We are very pleased to have the Titans as part of our growing family of teams and know that they will bring some new competition into our league. They are a seasoned team with great athletes and management so we are expecting some great things from them this season," states league CEO, Catherine Masters.



The NJ Titans play their home games at Passaic County Technical Institute, Wayne, NJ. We are always looking for new recruits to join the team while making history. To bring their game to a higher level, the Titans have also partnered with East Coast Conditioning in Clark, NJ, to work on speed, agility, and strength with the most professional trainers. In addition, they are willing to get more involved in the community.



If you would like to try out, if you have an event and would like the Titans to make an appearance, or if you are interested in sponsoring the team, contact Simone Edwards @ 201-463-1826.



For more information about the NJ Titans or the NWFA, visit www.JerseyTitans.com (currently under construction) or www.WomensFootballCentral.com or call (615) 860-4084.

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