Category: Womens Football

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Llandudno Ladies rule Britannia!

Llandudno Ladies rule Britannia!

Llandudno delivered themselves a super boost ahead of the new Welsh Premier Women’s League season by winning the high quality Britannia Cup tournament in Chester today. The well-run seven-team event, staged at The Cheshire County Sports Club, saw Sarah Colville’s side lose their first game after conceding a needless penalty in a 1-0 defeat to...

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Rhyl Ladies FC pull out of Welsh Premier Women’s League due to lack of players

Rhyl Ladies FC pull out of Welsh Premier Women’s League due to lack of players

Rhyl Ladies have withdrawn from the Orchard Welsh Premier Women’s Football League today (1 August) with immediate effect. As a result, the League will continue with nine teams for the 2019/20 season, commencing on September 8. Tom Jamieson, director of football at Rhyl Ladies, said of the decision: “Following the departure of a number of...

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NFA women’s football team would welcome more players

NFA women’s football team would welcome more players

Things are coming along nicely for newly-formed women’s football team NFA – but they would welcome more players. The Prestatyn and Rhyl area based team played a friendly against fellow newcomers Holywell FC Girls and Ladies last Sunday and won 2-0. NFA manager Andy Lloyd said: “The girls are really looking forward to the forthcoming...

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Season which proved a steep learning curve ends on a high for Mochdre Lionesses

Season which proved a steep learning curve ends on a high for Mochdre Lionesses

Mochdre Lionesses women’s football team rounded off another year of progress with success in an end-of-season tournament. The North Wales women won their group in the Inspire League’s final set of cup matches. The Inspire League, endorsed by Cheshire FA and established by women’s football development manager Stephanie Knott in 2017, began as a series...

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Three new teams join North Wales Women’s Football League – but what does the future hold?

Three new teams join North Wales Women’s Football League – but what does the future hold?

Three new teams were admitted into the North Wales Women’s Football League at its AGM last night. Connah’s Quay Nomads, Llanberis and NFA (North Football Association) all signed up for the forthcoming campaign, bringing the league’s membership up to 19. Caernarfon Town, who resigned from the Welsh Premier League last season and thereafter played just...

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