Category: Womens Football

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Destiny of North Wales Women’s Football League Division One title still in balance

Destiny of North Wales Women’s Football League Division One title still in balance

Llanfair United have appealed to the North East Wales FA against the North Wales Women’s Football League‘s decision to award the Division One title to Bethel. The deadline to complete all fixtures ran out on May 31, leaving one match outstanding.  Kinmel Bay’s failure to play their final game against Llanfair left the top two in the table...

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Katie Midwinter of Bethesda is the 2018-19 Grassroots North Wales Women’s Footballer of the Season

Katie Midwinter of Bethesda is the 2018-19 Grassroots North Wales Women’s Footballer of the Season

Bethesda Athletic captain Katie Midwinter is the 2018/19 Grassroots North Wales Women’s Player of the Season. After playing a starring role in the rise to prominence of Bethel Ladies in recent years, Katie made the bold move to switch clubs at the beginning of this season and help develop newly-formed Bethesda Athletic Ladies. The results...

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The best under-16 girls football team in Wales deserve more recognition

The best under-16 girls football team in Wales deserve more recognition

Coaches of the best U-16 girls’ team in Wales believe their players deserve more recognition. Ian Morgan and John Bradley, who led Penrhyn Bay U-16s to a quadruple this season, feel their achievements have been wrongly overlooked by the powers-that-be. “There are players in these teams that are overlooked, forgotten and are not getting recognised...

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