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Offline David

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FA National Division Fixtures Sunday 14th January
« on: January 12, 2007, 03:23:44 PM »
Sunday January 14th (2pm)
FA PREMIER LEAGUE
NATIONAL DIVISION


Blackburn Rovers v Chelsea (Clitheroe FC)

Doncaster Rovers Belles v Leeds United (Keepmoat Stadium)

Sunderland v Arsenal (Academy of Light, 1pm)
« Last Edit: January 13, 2007, 09:42:16 AM by David »

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« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2007, 05:29:47 PM »
Sunday, 14 January 2007

Blackburn Ladies 1-3 (HT 1-0)  Chelsea Ladies
Anderton 43
                                           White 66
                                           White 74
                                           Perry 86
 
Leeds Utd Ladies 5-2  Doncaster Rovers Belles (2-2 HT)
Preston 15                  Exley 36
Ward 17                     Hammill 41
Ward 56
McArthur 79
Barr 85

 

Sunderland Ladies 0-9 (HT 0-4)  Arsenal Ladies
                                            Smith 2
                                            Ludlow 11
                                            Chapman 41
                                            Carney 45
                                            Scott 53
                                            Sanderson 64
                                            Davidson 77
                                            Ludlow 90
                                            Ludlow 88
 
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Re: FA National Division Fixtures Sunday 14th January
« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2007, 07:14:26 PM »
Thanks for the scores Xena ! Reports from the BBC :

Doncaster Rovers Belles 2-5 Leeds United

The party atmosphere at the Keepmoat Stadium was dented by Leeds goals from Natalie Preston and Lucy Ward in the opening 17 minutes.

But Donny hit back to draw level through captain Vicky Exley and, four minutes before half-time, Pauline Hamill.

However, Ward struck her 10th goal of the season eight minutes after the break and Rachel McArthur hit the killer goal in the 79th minute.

To rub salt in the Donny wounds, their ex-striker Amanda Barr, on her debut for Leeds after signing from Blackburn Rovers, completed the scoring five minutes from time.


Sunderland 0-9 Arsenal

Jayne Ludlow's hat-trick took her season's goal tally to 12 and Arsenal's to 66 in only nine League outings.

The other Gunners goals came from Kelly Smith, Katie Chapman, Karen Carney, Alex Scott, Lianne Sanderson and Gemma Davison.


http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/women/6261375.stm

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Re: FA National Division Fixtures Sunday 14th January
« Reply #3 on: January 15, 2007, 03:35:48 PM »
Match report from the Arsenal Ladies website....I don't think I have heard of their substitute Gilly Flaherty before....


Arsenal Ladies remain two points clear of Leeds United with a game in hand after thrashing Sunderland 9-0 at the weekend.

Vic Akers' side needed a victory to keep their closest rivals at arm's length and they got it thanks to a hat-trick from Jayne Ludlow and further goals from Kelly Smith, Karen Carney, Alex Scott, Gemma Davison, Lianne Sanderson and Katie Chapman.

Despite very strong winds in the North-East, Arsenal got off to a flying start when Smith netted within 30 seconds. Sunderland lost the ball from their own kick off and Smith skilfully ran through their defence to calmly shoot past the goalkeeper.

Arsenal didn't give Sunderland a chance to relax and within 10 minutes they were 2-0 up through Ludlow's first of the game. Despite the weather Arsenal managed to play some great one and two-touch football and at times left the Sunderland defence chasing shadows. It was no surprise when Chapman and Ludlow scored to give the champions a four-goal half-time lead.

Sunderland came out fighting in the second half and were almost rewarded, only for a superb save by Emma Byrne to deny the home side. Arsenal stepped up the tempo once more and goals from Scott, Carney, Sanderson and Davison made it 8-0. Then Ludlow completed her hat-trick with a late strike.


http://www.arsenal.com/matchreport.asp?thisNav=News&fxid=313859&cpid=703&clid=4421&title=Ladies:+Sunderland+0-9+Arsenal+-+Report

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Re: FA National Division Fixtures Sunday 14th January
« Reply #4 on: January 16, 2007, 11:35:23 AM »
Report from the FA website :

Arsenal re-claimed their position at the top of the National Division table after two games in four days.

On Thursday evening, The Gunners secured a narrow 1-0 victory over  Birmingham City.

The kick-off was delayed due to Birmingham's coach breaking down but The Blues didn't appear to be affected until seven minutes into the second half, when Karen Carney's cross was sliced into her own goal by Laura Bassett.

Yesterday, Jayne Ludlow's hat-trick took her season's goal tally to 12 and Arsenal's to 66 as Vic Akers' side thrashed Sunderland 9-0 away.

Kelly Smith, Katie Chapman, Karen Carney, Alex Scott, Lianne Sanderson and Gemma Davison also got on the scoresheet ahead of Thursday night's fascinating tussle against Charlton Athletic at Borehamwood FC. Kick-off is at 7.45pm.

Doncaster Rovers Belles played their first ever match in their new home - the newly built 15,000 capacity Keepmoat Stadium, which is also the home of Doncaster Rovers.


The party atmosphere at the Keepmoat Stadium was dented by Leeds goals from Natalie Preston and Lucy Ward in the opening 17 minutes.

But Donny hit back to draw level through captain Vicky Exley and, four minutes before half-time, Pauline Hamill. However, Ward struck her 10th goal of the season eight minutes after the break and Rachel McArthur hit the killer goal in the 79th minute.

To rub salt in the Donny wounds, their ex-striker Amanda Barr, on her debut for Leeds after signing from Blackburn Rovers, completed the scoring five minutes from time in a 2-5 victory.

Chelsea are continuing to have a fine season and they are back up into sixth place thanks to a 3-1 success at Blackburn Rovers. Katie Anderton gave the home side the lead just before half time but, after the break, Ellen White struck twice and Sophie Perry added the other for Chelsea.


http://www.thefa.com/Womens/PremierLeague/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2007/01/Gunners_play_catchup.htm