England have beaten the Netherlands 2-0 in the Elite Round of the UEFA European Women’s Under-17 competition and finish top of their group. England – 6pts Ireland – 5pts Netherlands – 4pts Hungary – 1pt England’s goal scorers were Lotte Wubben-Moy on 2′ and Georgia Stanway sealing the win on 70′. They will now go to the
YEOVIL Town manager Jamie Sherwood is adamant it is onwards and upwards for his side after a second-half blitz at Oxford United handed them their first FA WSL 2 victory of the season. After a goalless first half, strikes from Corinne Yorston, Nicola Cousins and Annie Heatherson secured the victory for the visitors. The win was
Yeovil Town got off the mark this FA WSL 2 season at the third time of asking with a second-half blitz at Oxford United. After a goalless first half, strikes from Corinne Yorston, Nicola Cousins and Annie Heatherson (pictured above) secured the victory for the visitors, propelling Yeovil to fifth (table below) in the process
The Lady Pies claimed their spot in the semi final of the FA Women’s Cup with a 5-1 victory over Aston Villa, leaving them just one win from a Wembley final. Inside the first ten minutes, Notts had a great chance to take the lead. Aileen Whelan made a strong run with the ball from
The draw has now taken place for the Semi Final of the FA Women’s Cup: Chelsea Ladies v Manchester City Women FC at Wycombe’s Adams Park on Monday 4 May, kick-off 2pm Everton Ladies v Notts County Ladies FC at Goodison Park, 3rd May KO 2pm
Arsenal Ladies’ defence of the FA Women’s Cup ended after a 2-1 defeat against Chelsea in the quarter-final at Meadow Park. It was a frustrating result for the Gunners, who struggled to find their usual fluency against Emma Hayes’ physical side. Former Gunner Katie Chapman gave Chelsea the lead with a towering header before Gemma Davison
Arsenal Ladies 1-2 Chelsea Notts County Ladies 5-1 Aston Villa Ladies Everton Ladies 4-3 Charlton Athletic LFC (AET : 1-1 after 90 minutes) Manchester City WFC 3-1 Birmingham City LFC Draw for the semi final will take place live on Twitter tomorrow (13 April 2015) at 11.30am.
England Women’s U17s got back to winning ways on Saturday evening with a 4-1 victory over Hungary in their second Euro Qualifying game. John Griffiths’ side knew they had to pick up the three points in Cobh, having lost their first game 2-0 against host nation Republic Of Ireland last week. But goals from captain Chloe
FA Cup Quarter Final matches taking place tomorrow, 12 April 2015: Arsenal Ladies v Chelsea Notts County Ladies v Aston Villa Ladies Everton Ladies v Charlton Athletic LFC Manchester City WFC v Birmingham City LFC There is also one WSL2 match taking place tomorrow: Oxford United face Yeovil Town. Updates as soon as we have them.
Three important matches took place today plus 16 seconds of last Saturday’s England v Norway U19 match was replayed. U17 UEFA Championships Elite Qualifying Round Republic of Ireland 2-0 England First half goals from Eleanor Ryan-Doyle and Saoirse Noonan gave Dave Connell’s side the three points and set up a critical encounter against the Netherlands on Saturday