Womans Football


“THE BEST day of my life” was how nine year old Teyah in her own words described her taster session at St Agnes AFC Disability youth football. Dressed in her England kit Teyah, who has Peter’s Anomaly and neuronal migration disorder meaning she is severly sight impaired with very low muscle tone, had a wonderful …

BRISTOL City Women have finally appointed a new manager to replace Willie Kirk and she is Tanya Oxtoby, an Australian who steps up from her role as assistant coach at Birmingham City Women. Kevin Hamblin, chairman of Bristol City Women, said: “We are thrilled to have secured Tanya as the new manager of the Vixens. …

DORCHESTER Town FC has announced that it’s Avenue Stadium will be the new home ground for Yeovil Town Ladies for the 2018/19 season. In addition, Yeovil Town Ladies are pleased to reveal that they also hope to return to their former home ground, Huish Park, and home of their parent club, to play some league …

THERE was a major shock last week at Bristol City Women when it was announced that head coach Willie Kirk had decided to leave the club. Not only that, but England under-19 forward Lauren Hemp has also departed and joined Super League One runners-up Manchester City. Hemp was named England Young Player of the Year …

HAVING beaten both Devon and Wiltshire by the odd goal from Danni Rigby in their first two matches, Dorset looked favourites to reach the final of the Inter county Women’s Representative team tournament last weekend. However in their third 25 minute game, Gloucestershire went ahead after 13 minutes and then defended stoutly for the remaining …

Dorchester Town Ladies 0 Poole Town Ladies 7 Dorset FA Women’s Cup Final Poole Town Ladies won the Dorset Women’s Cup for the fifth consecutive season with a convincing 7-0 win over Dorchester Town Ladies at the County Ground, Hamworthy on Tuesday evening. Maisy Smith scored twice in the first 20 minutes to put the …

BRISTOL City’s Flo Allen and Lauren Hemp and Yeovil Town’s Jessie Jones have been called up to the England squad for the final round of UEFA under-19 Championship qualifiers. The Young Lionesses will take on Israel (Tuesday, April 3), host nation Slovakia (Friday, April 6) and Germany (Monday, April 9), with the top-placed nation in …

Plymouth Argyle ended 2017 with a remarkable 2-1 win at Cardiff City to reach the third round of the FA Women’s Premier League Cup. Top scorer Natasha Knapman took her season’s tally to 37 when scoring the second goal after Becky Atkins had given the Pilgrims the lead. Argyle have now beaten Premier League Southern …