GFA County Cup Semi Final

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GFA County Cup Semi Final

Postby sokey » Sun Mar 15, 2015 7:16 pm

Great win today for ladies first team winning 3-1 to beat cheltenham civil service into the final.goal scorers were Annie Martin x 2 and Sophie Okey. The final is to be played on 14/4/15 7.30pm ko
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Re: GFA County Cup Semi Final

Postby stroud green » Sun Mar 15, 2015 7:53 pm

As Sue has commented, a great day for the ladies today. In the semi-final of the Gloucestershire County Cup, we won 3-1 against Cheltenham Civil Service. Goals from Annie Martin x 2 and Sophie Okey was enough to see the holders through to the final.
The final will be played at the Glos FA HQ on Tuesday 14th April with a 7.30pm KO.
If the day couldn't get any better, news filtered through that Swindon Town ladies were held to a goal less draw away at Shanklin. This result leaves the league championship back in our own hands. Win our last 2 matches and we will be CHAMPIONS.
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Re: GFA County Cup Semi Final

Postby michael » Sun Mar 15, 2015 8:32 pm

pleased all round-forgive my ignorance, but does being championes mean promotion to a higher division next season-better still
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Re: GFA County Cup Semi Final

Postby stroud green » Sun Mar 15, 2015 9:24 pm

michael wrote:pleased all round-forgive my ignorance, but does being championes mean promotion to a higher division next season-better still

Indeed it does. Should they be successful, they will be playing one league below the Women's Super league and will be playing teams such as Spurs, West Ham, QPR, Charlton A, Brighton and Portsmouth amongst others.
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Re: GFA County Cup Semi Final

Postby michael » Mon Mar 16, 2015 3:01 pm

I am suitably impressed-good stuff-thanks.
lets hope the ladies can 'do it'.

seems well worthy of a bit more publicity/promotion of their final fixtures to me
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Re: GFA County Cup Semi Final

Postby Silver Surfer » Sun Mar 22, 2015 8:27 pm

stroud green wrote:
The final will be played at the Glos FA HQ on Tuesday 14th April with a 7.30pm KO.


Is that at Almondsbury?
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Re: GFA County Cup Semi Final

Postby stroud green » Mon Mar 23, 2015 7:37 am

Silver Surfer wrote:
stroud green wrote:
The final will be played at the Glos FA HQ on Tuesday 14th April with a 7.30pm KO.


Is that at Almondsbury?

It most certainly is.
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