Source: Durham WFC

Jen Jennings staying at New Ferens Park

Durham Women FC have announced that they are delighted that popular defender Jen Jennings will be staying with the Wildcats into 2017. Jennings joined the Wildcats prior to the club joining the FA WSL and has gone on to make 23 appearances across three seasons in the Super League. After her 2015 season was cut short

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Source: Durham Women FC

Nicola Gibson staying with the Wildcats

Durham Women FC have announced that Nicola Gibson has agreed to stay at New Ferens Park. Having spent four years across the Atlantic at the University of West Alabama, Gibson returned to the UK and began studying at Durham University last year. A regular in the BUCS team, Gibson made her mark on the WSL

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Source: Durham WFC

Emily Roberts to remain a Wildcat

Durham Women FC have announced the fourth player to commit to the club for 2017, as Emily Roberts has agreed to stay at New Ferens Park. The exciting winger, who joined the club in the summer of 2016 after spells at Notts County and Doncaster Belles, made 11 appearances for the Wildcats while netting three

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Sarah McFadden staying at New Ferens Park

Durham Women FC have announced that fans’ favourite Sarah McFadden has agreed to stay with the club into 2017. The Northern Irish international joined the Wildcats from Sunderland Ladies in January and quickly became a pivotal part of the side, missing only one game all season while netting twice. And now, as she prepares to jet

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Source: Terry Fisher

WSL & WPL Results 6 November 2016

On the final day of the WSL season, Yeovil Town Ladies were confirmed as WSL2 champions on goal difference over Bristol City Women.  Yeovil  had to beat Sheffield FC Ladies and hope that their goal difference would provide a sufficiently big cushion in order to seal the title and they did that in style with

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WSL & WPL Results 30 October 2016

This was an important weekend in the Women’s Superleague as Chelsea’s win secured them Champions League football and wins for Bristol City and Yeovil Town see them promoted to WSL2 for the 2017 campaign. Because of the odd number of teams in WSL1 this season Manchester City have finished their games a week early and

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Women’s Football results 16 October 2016

Women’s football results for Sunday 16 October 2016 when a loss to Notts County consigned Doncaster Rovers Belles to relegation after a tough season in WSL 1.  Here’s hoping they will bounce back quickly. FA WSL 1 Doncaster Rovers Belles                              1-2        

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Women’s Football mid-week results 4-6 October 2016

Its been a busy week of women’s football with two Champions League matches and lots of action in the Women’s Premier League.  Manchester City Women continued their fine run of form and recorded their first ever Champions League win while Chelsea face an uphill battle to stay in the competition. In the WSL Donny Belles suffered

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