The Fifth Round Results While the Everton v Bristol Academy fixture was postponed till next Tuesday because Bristol were involved in a Champions League clash against Frankfurt on Saturday, the other seven ties took place today. Chelsea brushed Watford aside with a convincing 6-0 win at home and Arsenal managed to score 7 away at the Den.
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
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
Oxford United got their 2015 FA Women’s Super League 2 season off to a winning start with a 1-0 home win over Watford. Sahara Osborne-Ricketts struck the decisive blow with a well-taken free-kick midway through the first half to put her former club to the sword. With sickness ruling out last season’s top scorer Lauren Allison
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
Yeovil Town Ladies Chairman Steve Allinson has shown his support to the club, following in the footsteps of previous Chairman David Mills, by purchasing an adult season ticket. Source: Yeovil Town Allinson made the transaction ahead of the new FA WSL season, which begins on Thursday. His wife Glenys, has also purchased a season ticket.
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
BT Sport has chosen its first two live broadcast matches for the new FA Women’s Super League (WSL) season. The first is newcomers Sunderland’s visit to last season’s champions Liverpool on Wednesday 25 March, live on BT Sport 1 from 7.30pm. That evening BT Sport, the lead partner of the FA WSL, will also air a
England World Cup player Fran Kirby will be travelling along with her Reading WFC team to The Jones Stadium to face Yeovil Town LFC. With just 7 days to go until the FA WSL opener, Yeovil Town LFC will be cautious of Kirby who scored two goals in the away match at the Madejski Stadium in April
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