Ulrika Tülp, Kelly-Ly Tomingas and Trinity Õismets as newcomers will take part in the women’s championship of the 2021 Estonian Football Championship.
The honor and pride of Lääne County women’s football Ulrika Tülp started training in the world’s most powerful sport in Taebla under Aavo Tomingas. Later his coach was Kairi Korpe.
This year, Tülp will start her 11th season in the Estonian Women’s High Society. His club is Saku Sporting, with whom he won a bronze medal at the Estonian Championships last season. He attended 19 championship matches on the pitch last season and scored nine goals. Tülp has also represented the Estonian women’s national team 17 times. There is also a goal in the game against Malta from 2018. However, he made his national team debut at the age of 19 against Northern Ireland in 2010. Tülp is definitely hoping for a medal win and good performances from the new season.
Tülp works as a physical education teacher at Haapsalu Primary School, and also trains a group of girls at the Lääne County Football Club.
Kelly-Ly Tomingas, who started football with Triin Vellemäe in Haapsalu, starts her second season in the women’s high society. Last season, he won the fourth place in the Estonian championship as a member of Pärnu JK Vaprus. He made the field in six matches at the 2020 Championships.
For this year, Tomingas says that more playing time must be earned in training. The emphasis is on the young footballer to develop his weaknesses in order to become more stable. Tomingas is studying in the 12th grade of Pärnu Joint Gymnasium.
A completely newcomer to the Estonian Champions League is 17-year-old Trinity Õismets.
The girl from Vatla started playing football at her first home school, now closed Vatla Primary School. He graduated from Virtsu School in 2019. His first major competitions came at the South Lääne County Football Club.
At the Estonian Championships, Õismets represents the women of Pärnu JK Vapruse. The first week of training is behind us and the young athlete is very satisfied with what he has done. Kristina Bannikova, the head coach of the club, the best female football player of Estonia in 2020, is also satisfied with her. Above all, the trump cards of Õismetsa are good technology, speed and hard work. While training in Lihula, he was also a good athlete. He has, for example, finished fourth and fifth in the 1,500 m hurdles at the Estonian Youth Championships. He also jumped to a height of 1.50 at the age of 14. Õismets is studying in the 11th grade of Pärnu Koidula Gymnasium.
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