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UEFA U19 England Ukraine 1-1
« on: April 12, 2007, 06:03:27 PM »
It was a good game to watch under a sunny weather with at least 10 England supporters  :o impressive for U19 Womens' game abroad. Well done to them especially they are staying there for the week apparently.

I don't remember who scored for England but #20 for Ukraine did on a corner in the first half. England had equaliser second half at the  75th minutes but could not score a second goal.

1 Hill
12 Lawrence
5 Whelan
6 ?
3 Larkin
7 Clarke
4 Scheuber
8 Buet
17 ?
9 White

Tats Dowie was suspended and was shouting from the sideline and also doing her homework  ;D
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Re: ÜEFA U19 England Ukraine 1-1
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2007, 12:39:16 PM »
England back for Moore
By Anna Pitcher. Friday, 13 April 2007.

England Women’s U19s drew 1-1 last night against Ukraine to put themselves in the driving seat at the top of the table, for their final game on Sunday against Czech Republic.

Despite conceding a goal after 34 minutes from a corner scored by Vira Stankevych, England picked themselves up, retained possession and continued to battle against their Eastern European opponents who were content to have 10 players behind the ball.

The team were tested in hot conditions but continued to create chances, with 24 shots on target, compared to Ukaine's paltry four. The young Lions remained calm and on 75 minutes, Lincoln City's Jade Moore for the second match in succession made an impact, this time netting the equaliser.

With Austria and Czech Republic also drawing 1-1 in their game, The Three Lions should progress to the UEFA European U19 Championship Final if they get at least a draw in their final group game.

Head Coach Mo Marley told "The pressure is on for all the teams in Group 1. We are preparing to go out and win against Czech Republic on Sunday for a place in the final stages, but our destiny is our own hands".

England Starting XI: Danielle Hill, Sophie Bradley, Danielle Buet, Jessica Clarke, Jade Moore, Claire Rafferty, Kelly Lawrence, Sian Larkin, Heather Scheuber, Fern Whelan, Ellen White