Source: MUFC

Manchester United 2018/19 Women’s squad 

Manchester United has announced the squad for the upcoming season in the FA Women’s Championship. The team will be led by former England International Casey Stoney in the club’s maiden campaign in the Championship. Casey commented “We’ve gone young, we’ve gone exciting, we’ve gone entertaining. I’m more than aware that we’re bringing 21 strangers together

Continue Reading →


Source: Team GB

4x400m quartet to receive Beijing Olympic bronze at Anniversary Games

Team GB’s Women’s 4x400m relay team from the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games will receive a heroes’ reception at the Müller Anniversary Games on Saturday 21 July, when they are awarded their Olympic bronze medals. In 2016 a reanalysis of samples from the Beijing Games resulted in doping violations for Russia’s Tatyana Firova and Belarus anchor

Continue Reading →


Source: Jed Leicester for FA

#WNL4GRENFELL Charity Trophy 2018

The FA Women’s National League is delighted to support The Grenfell Foundation and the Harrow Club in this season’s Charity Trophy on Sunday 12th August at The Hive, home to Barnet FC. The event will see an FA WNL Select Team take on a host of Ex-England AllStars managed by former Arsenal Ladies legend Vic

Continue Reading →


Source: Matchtight

Team Bath Superleague stars rewarded at end-of-season awards

Kadeen Corbin, Layla Guscoth, Mia Ritchie and Jazz Scott all won awards when Team Bath Netball’s Superleague squad staged their end-of-season dinner at the Apex City of Bath Hotel on Saturday. England Commonwealth Games gold-medallist Corbin won a hotly-contested public vote to take home the coveted Fans’ Player of the Year title, while centre Ritchie

Continue Reading →


Source: Getty Images for the Tennis Foundation

Lucy Shuker shines at Wimbledon

British No.1 Lucy Shuker had a tournament to remember at Wimbledon but missed out on winning what would have been her first ever Grand Slam title. Sunday’s final saw Shuker contest her first Grand Slam final for five years, partnering Germany’s Sabine Ellerbrock in the Ladies Doubles final. After successive straight sets semi-final defeats over

Continue Reading →


Source: Matchtight

Anna Hopkin wins BUCS Sportswoman of the Year Award

Swimmer Anna Hopkin’s outstanding 2018 continued as she was named as BUCS [British Universities & Colleges Sport] Sportswoman of the Year, just a day after graduating from the University of Bath. MJ Church ambassador Hopkin, who was shortlisted alongside Edinburgh’s Eilidh Gibson (canoe slalom) and Nottingham’s Maria Tsaptsinos (table tennis), received the honour during Thursday’s

Continue Reading →