Womans Football


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 …

Female football in the South West is truly taking off – and one popular local operation is determined to ensure that the exciting momentum continues unabated. The Bristol Girls’ League is this year celebrating its 20th anniversary and it has grown to such an extent that it now provides football for more than 1,100 girls, …

Bristol City’s 3-0 win over Brighton and Chelsea’s 4-1 midweek victory against Tottenham Hotspur earned the Vixens a quarter-final place in the Continental Tyres Cup. Unfortunately Yeovil Town’s 8-0 drubbing at Chelsea saw them finish bottom of Group Two (South). Bristol now face the tough task of taking on SuperLeague champions Manchester City in the …

It took until extra-time for Plymouth Argyle to clinch a SSE FA Cup victory at Gillingham, 3-1, thanks to goals from Zoe Cunningham, Natasha Knapman and Ezme Wells. Argyle travelled to Kent last Saturday for the 510-mile round trip to ensure the players were fresh ahead of Sunday’s clash. Unfortunately the Pilgrims face a huge …

Plymouth Argyle travel to Kent to take on Gillingham in the second round of the SSE FA Cup today with their tails up after booking their spot in the semi-finals of the Swift-print Devon Sunday Senior Cup having beaten Alphington 11-1. Leading the challenge will be last season’s top goalscorer Natasha Knapman, whose five goals …

Bristol City striker Jesse Woolley has been selected for an England under-17 camp, where the young Lionesses will face Japan in two fixtures. The camp will commence on Sunday, December 17 and conclude on Thursday, December 21 with the two games being played at St George’s Park. Meanwhile, Bristol Academy prospects Annabelle Thomas and Sophie …