Source: Arsenal FC

Arsenal held to a draw by Bristol Academy

Arsenal Ladies were held to a 1-1 draw after a battling performance against Bristol Academy at Stoke Gifford Stadium on Saturday. Chioma Ubogagu had swept Arsenal into an early lead when she turned Alex Scott’s cross in from 12 yards, but Nikki Watts crashed a low strike off the post from 18 yards to salvage a

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Source: Keith Gillard

Addicks in pursuit of 3rd trophy this season

Jeremy Parsons was delighted with his side’s “deserved” FA Women’s Premier League (FAWPL) Cup victory over Sheffield FC on Sunday, but warned his players cannot rest just yet. After 120 minutes of football, the FAWPL Cup final ended goalless and the Addicks were victorious in a penalty shootout – with Megen Lynch saving two and Sam

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Nominations for the inaugural BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year

With rather interesting timing, BBC World Service has revealed the five names in contention for its inaugural Women’s Footballer of the Year award. Presumably the idea is to increase interest in the women’s game before the World Cup in June.  Nominees are: Spain’s Veronica Boquete, Germany’s Nadine Kessler and Scotland’s Kim Little are joined by

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Source: Oxford United LFC

U’s earn a point at local rivals Reading

U’s earn a point at local rivals Reading thanks to a Kayleigh Hines double on  Thursday 23 April 2015 at Farnborough FC with a final score of Reading 2-2 Oxford United. Two goals from Kayleigh Hines gave United a hard-earned 2-2 draw at high-flying Reading. Hines’ strikes twice to put the U’s in front, but a

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