Mo Marley has named her England U21 squad for the forthcoming La Manga U23 Tournament. The 20-strong group take on France (Friday 5 April, kick-off 3pm), Norway (Sunday 7 April, kick-off 3pm) and Sweden (Tuesday 9 April, kick-off 12pm). Head coach Marley said: “We are all looking forward to the challenge of playing against some
England Women’s Under-19s lost 3-1 to Netherlands in the opening match of the annual La Manga Tournament today. Mo Marley’s side are preparing for the final round of Euro qualifiers later this month. But their opening match in southern Spain didn’t go according to plan as the Dutch went ahead just before the half-hour mark. Arsenal
England U23s got their La Manga Tournament off to a brilliant start on Wednesday, with an impressive win over Germany; Nikita Parris’s goal deciding the tie. The young Lionesses have two remaining games in La Manga; on Friday they will take on France before their final game on Sunday against Sweden. England Under 23 team: Mary
Marieanne Spacey has named the England U23 squad to face Germany, USA and Sweden at the La Manga Tournament in March. Ten of the squad took part in the FIFA Women’s Under-20s World Cup in 2014, while Dan Carter has already made her senior team debut, in which she scored a hat-trick against Estonia last September.
England’s U19s beat Italy in their opening match in La Manga on Thursday. Natasha Flint (Manchester City) opened the scoring before Carla Humprey and Leah Williamson (Arsenal) added the extras. Italy pulled one back in extra time. In their second match against Sweden on Saturday England played out a 0-0 draw. England U19s have also won their final match
England’s U23s kicked-off their first game in La Manga on Thursday afternoon, running out 3-1 winners against Sweden. England made an electric start to the game and took the lead inside the first minute through Danielle Carter. Nikita Parris then made it 2-0 midway through the second half before substitute Kirsty Linnett added England’s third goal