VALLEY are considering pulling a team out of the League competition this season due to the poor turnout seen at training so far. According to First Division coach Ian Brownlee, the Happy Valley club are 'seriously looking at taking a team out of the League'. 'It looks as if we might not have enough players this season,' Brownlee said. 'At last week's training, only 21 players turned up.' If a decision is made to pull out a team, it will be from the lower divisions. In the past three seasons Valley have fielded five teams - one in the First Division (Valley), two in the Second Division (Valley Knights and Valley Mustangs), one in the Third Division (Valley Griffins) and a social side in the Fourth Division (Valley Jockeys). This season, Valley will field two teams in the First Division. They have reserved the right to pick the players for each team on a week-by-week basis, unlike arch-rivals Football Club who are committed to picking two separate teams at the outset of the season. Brownlee said the dearth in numbers was because players who had left the club had not been replaced and that there were more options for new players arriving in the territory.