FA Women’s Cup quarter-finals draw

The draw has favoured Notts County Ladies again with another home tie against a lower division team, while there will be two big games between WSL 1 sides :  Manchester City v Birmingham and Arsenal v Chelsea. Everton will be at home to WPL side and underdog Charlton Women. WSL 1 V WSL 1 ManchesterContinue reading “FA Women’s Cup quarter-finals draw”

FA Women’s Cup Round 5 results

Unfortunately for the underdogs there has been no upset in Round 5 this week-end. There might be one Tuesday though as WSL2 side Everton Ladies will be at home to WSL1 side Bristol Academy. There is no doubt that Bristol will feel the effects of that tough defeat in Champions League v Frankfurt on Saturday.Continue reading “FA Women’s Cup Round 5 results”

FA WSL Development league Cup matchday 5

Group 1 Arsenal 1 Watford 1 London Bees 3 Chelsea 4 Reading 1 Millwall 2 Group 2 Doncaster 4 Durham 0 Sunderland 2 Liverpool 1 Man City Everton P-P Group 3 Aston Villa 1 Birmingham 2 Yeovil Notts County P-P Oxford United Bristol P-P   Group winners are through to the FA WSL Development CupContinue reading “FA WSL Development league Cup matchday 5”

The FA WSL 2 2015 table after Matchday 1

Here is the table after Matchday 1. The 3 favourites are already in the top 3 positions. Oxford reach in their all time best position in FA WSL2 with fourth place.   1. Doncaster Belles 3 pts +3 2. Reading Women 3 pts +2 ———————————— 3. Everton Ladies 3 pts +1 4. Oxford United 3Continue reading “The FA WSL 2 2015 table after Matchday 1”

Millwall Lionesses v London Bees 0-0

It was an entertaining  game last night, only thing missing were goals. Just a little bit more composure was needed while shooting and al;so quality final ball from both side. Sophie Harris was excellent in goal for London Bees and made a few important saves. Overall Millwall created more goalscoring opportunity throughout the game whileContinue reading “Millwall Lionesses v London Bees 0-0”

FA WPL promotion race to FA WSL 2

From next month we will be  coming to the business end of the Women’s Premier League and with promotion to WSL 2 via a play-off final in May, let’s have a look at who is leading the Northern and Southern Division. Northern Division Blackburn Rovers 3-1 Newcastle United Nottingham Forest 3-2 Stoke City Sheffield FCContinue reading “FA WPL promotion race to FA WSL 2”