Cyprus Cup – Final Day Update

England were worthy winners of the Cyprus Cup beating Canada 1-0 to win the Trophy. Round up of all the scores from the final day: 11th/12th place:   Republic of Korea 6 – 5  PEN. (1-1)  Belgium 9th/10th place:    Finland 2 – 1 South Africa 7th/8th place:      Scotland 3 – 1 The Netherlands 5th/6th place:      Australia

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Source: Liverpool Ladies FC

England beat Canada to win the Cyprus Cup

Liverpool Ladies duo Gemma Bonner and Fara Williams were involved for England Women on Wednesday as the Three Lions lifted the Cyprus Cup following a 1-0 victory against Canada in Larnaca. Reds midfielder Williams started the game for Mark Sampson’s side whilst Liverpool Ladies captain Bonner appeared as second half substitute as Lianne Sanderson’s second-half

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Cyprus Cup 9 March 2015 – Update

With Steph Houghton ruled out with injury Karen Bardsley took the Captain’s armband for today’s match against the Netherlands. Eni Aluko scored to bring up a 1-1 scoreline and ensure that England finished top of their group. England now go on to play Canada in the final on Wednesday 11 March, with the hope of

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Cyprus Cup Halfway Stage

4th March 2015 Group B 14:30 Finland 1-3 England (Maija Saari 89; Lianne Sanderson 22′ , Eniola Aluko 65′, Jess Clarke 82′) Group B 17:30 Australia 1-0 Netherlands (Larissa Crummer 73′) Group A 14:30 Korea Republic 1-2 Italy (Guagni 57; Barbara Bonansea 5′ , So Yun Ji 8′) Group A 17:30 Scotland 0-2 Canada (Fleming 4′, Sinclair 55′) Group C 14:30 Mexico 2-0 South Africa (Veronica Corral 54′,  Sandra Mayor 70′

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Two wins out of two in Cyprus Cup

Having started the competition with a 3-1 win over Finland,  a Jodie Taylor hat-trick helped England Women defeat Australia 3-0, a result which has kept Mark Sampson’s side in the running for a shot at a third Cyprus Cup title. The Three Lions were winners in 2009 and 2013 and a draw against Holland on Monday

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