Information about the FGR Women’s, Youth and Reserves Teams


Postby wheely » Mon Apr 07, 2008 1:36 pm

On saturday, Forest Green made the trip to Wickwar where they needed to win to keep their title hopes alive.
On a bobbly pitch, it took Rovers a time to settle into their game, but they took the lead when a long range shot from Jack Freeman was parried by the goalkeeper only for Seb Porter to finish well from close range.
In the second half Rovers domination paid off when Jack Freeman scored from outside the box. Wickwar had to withstand a barrage of shots before a thumping free-kick from Jordan Crossthwaite made it 3-0. Wickwar scored a late consolation goal in the dying minutes. Final Score' Wickwar 1 Forest Green 3 M-O-M Charlie Hobbs

With rivals Slimbridge and Hardwicke battling out a 2-2 draw in their last game, FGR are in a strong position to take the league title in their final game at Wotton this saturday Kick-off 10.30
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