League Cup Action v Crystal Palace

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League Cup Action v Crystal Palace

Postby stroud green » Fri Aug 29, 2014 6:40 pm

Forest Green Ladies take a rest from league action this coming Sunday to take on Crystal Palace Ladies in the League Cup at Slimbridge FC's Wisloe Road. 2pm kick off. Your support will be most welcome. Bar available.
Read Joycie's match preview here.
http://www.forestgreenroversfc.com/news/ladies-team-news/2014/ladies-all-set-for-crystal-palace-cup-tie
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Re: League Cup Action v Crystal Palace

Postby stroud green » Sun Aug 31, 2014 6:30 pm

The ladies beat Crystal Palace Ladies 3 nil in this afternoons league cup tie. Report and pictures in due course.
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Re: League Cup Action v Crystal Palace

Postby stroud green » Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:32 am

Match photos and report from the ladies league cup victory over Crystal Palace.

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FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE CUP

Preliminary Round


Sunday 31st August 2014


FOREST GREEN ROVERS LFC 3

CRYSTAL PALACE LFC 0



With a hard fought and competitive display against visitors Crystal Palace, the Forest ladies gained a convincing win to progress to the next round.

A fairly even first half was ended with Forest Green gaining a penalty for handball, which captain kirsty Richardson despatched with aplomb, to give the home team a slim 1-0 lead.

The second half was largely dominated by Forest Green, and their hard work paid off when Naomi Marshall finished well after a good individual run. The third goal quickly followed when the visitor’s defence failed to clear properly, and Richardson spotted the keeper still off her line and chipped in from thirty yards to complete the scoring.
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