Ladies in local derby action

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Ladies in local derby action

Postby stroud green » Wed Sep 03, 2014 1:48 pm

Tomorrow (Thursday 4/9), the FGR Ladies are in action with a local derby against Cheltenham Town Ladies in the Women's Premier League.

The ladies are currently top of their league and will be looking for another 3 points.

The match is at Slimbridge football club and kicks off at 7.45pm.

Bar available. Your support will be appreciated.
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Re: Ladies in local derby action

Postby stroud green » Thu Sep 04, 2014 3:18 pm

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Re: Ladies in local derby action

Postby stroud green » Thu Sep 04, 2014 11:20 pm

A great 3-0 win tonight over Cheltenham Town Ladies. The win keeps them top of the league and joined by Swindon Town, both on a goal difference of +7.
Nice to see a big crowd there. 63 tonight, including the Supporters Club chairman and FGR's Press Officer and a couple of unlikely lads from the South Stand. Thanks for your support.
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Re: Ladies in local derby action

Postby stroud green » Fri Sep 05, 2014 12:26 am

FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE


Thursday 4th September 2014

FOREST GREEN ROVERS LFC 3
CHELTENHAM TOWN LFC 0


Rovers followed up their hard fought cup win last Sunday with another 3-0 home win over local opposition Cheltenham Town.
A fairly even first half was broken when Sophie Okey rose to beat the keeper to a cross, and Kirsty Richardson did the rest by following it in and tapping home. This was followed in the 34th minute by Nat Holbrook coming up from full back to bag a rare goal for herself, giving the home team a 2-0 half time lead.
On the restart the home team continued to dominate, and it came as no surprise when Richardson notched her second, and Forest Green’s third, to seal the game.
Georgina Macey had another good game in goal, and kept another clean sheet.
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Re: Ladies in local derby action

Postby Phil_mitchell » Sun Sep 07, 2014 1:49 pm

After watching the woman play on Thursday i feel they need much more publicity on the first team forum.

The football they play is nothing short of fantastic. I'm sure good season is on the cards
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