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Salomon reflects on Watford’s opening fixture

While a 1-0 defeat to Oxford wasn’t the result hoped for to start the league campaign with, there were certainly positives to take from the performance. Manager John Salomon felt his side deserved more: “We’re disappointed not to come away with anything because we really feel that we deserved something from that game, certainly one

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WSL2 Round Up

The first round of matches in the WSL2 was completed tonight with the Belles having a convincing win against Durham whilst Yeovil and Reading played out a six goal cracker with an on-fire Fran Kirby scoring 4 goals. All the scores from the first round matches are as follows: Aston Villa 1-2 Everton Millwall Lionesses 0-0

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Belles 3-0 Durham

Glen Harris’ reign as Belles boss continued to head in the right direction after his side saw off Durham at the Keepmoat in the league opener. Second half goals from Courtney Sweetman-Kirk 53′, and last season’s joint top scorers Bethany England 60′ and Sue Smith 77′, rounded off a comfortable 3-0 win. With promotion the

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The Army down the RAF

The Army look forward to taking on the Navy, in the Inter Services Tournament, after a comprehensive 5-3 win over the RAF. The Military Stadium Aldershot was bouncing after two goals in the opening ten minutes handed the hosts the upper hand. Cfn Rachel Gwilliam (REME) lobbed the keeper to break the deadlock between the

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RFU and O2 launch ‘Try for Change’

The RFU has launched Try for Change, a new flagship social responsibility programme. Supported by founding partner O2, Try for Change aims to raise awareness and grow rugby as a tool for social good, by bringing together and supporting leading rugby charities and organisations. Throughout England there are a number of charities, clubs and programmes using

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