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Liverpool Ladies pick up their first win

Liverpool Ladies picked up their first WSL win of 2015 as they defeated Birmingham City Ladies 2-1 on Wednesday evening. Asisat Oshoala scored a sublime first goal in a red shirt as she inspired Liverpool Ladies to their first win of the season, after a 2-1 victory over Birmingham at the Select Security Stadium in

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Oxford United made to pay by clinical Durham

Oxford United fell to their first defeat of the season as they were beaten 3-0 at Durham. The visitors dominated for large spells of the game, but were unable to finish their chances and they paid the price as the home side struck with goals from Becky Beech, Amelia Pereira and Courtney Corrie. Having missed

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Royals Fly Past Bees

Reading FC Women continued their promising start to the season with their second successive away win. After an opening game 4-2 victory away at Yeovil Town, the Royals continued their campaign by thumping seven past London Bees at the Hive. Source: Nigel Hoyle – GoalshotsFran Kirby continued her purple patch grabbing another five goals to add

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10 player Birmingham hold Man City – WSL1 Week 1

Earlier in the week newly promoted Sunderland inflicted a shock defeat on Champions Liverpool, today Birmingham held out Manchester City, despite having a player sent off just before half time. Last season’s runners up,  Chelsea, in the other fixture today beat Notts County 2-1. Bristol City were involved in the Champions League Quarter Final (losing their second leg match

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Reading rampant on day two of WSL2

Round 2 of the WSL2 has now been completed with the irrepressible Fran Kirby having already scored 9 goals in two games as the London Bees were put to the sword by Reading 0-7.  The Belles held out Yeovil and scored a winner in the dying minutes.  Villa and Durham also won while the Lionesesses and Everton played

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Football – Cup Final Dates

Cup Final dates Sunday 26 April FA Women’s Premier League Reserve Cup Final (11am KO), Bradford City v Sheffield FC Ladies, at Guiseley AFC. Sunday 26 April FA Women’s Premier League Plate Final, Huddersfield Town LFC v Preston North End (3pm KO), at Guiseley AFC. Sunday 3 May FA Women’s Premier League Cup Final, Sheffield

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The Belles edge past unlucky Yeovil

DONCASTER ROVERS BELLES 2 – 1 YEOVIL TOWN LADIES TWO-goal Courtney Sweetman-Kirk allowed FA Women’s Super League 2 promotion hopefuls Doncaster Rovers Belles to edge past unlucky Yeovil. It was a second successive home victory for a side who came within an ace of going up last term but they were made to chase shadows for

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