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For those who want something to listen to this evening, or tomorrow morning...

Tune in to the new Charlton Women's Show this Saturday

The first Charlton Women's show goes on air on Meridian Radio this Saturday at 6pm. Meridian Radio broadcasts live on the internet http://www.meridianradio.co.uk/ just click on the button top right of their web page & listen live.

The monthly show is hosted by the Charlton Live Team of Natalie Rowland, Pete Finch & Steve Adamson and will feature interviews with players and management plus their choice of music.

The first show which starts at 6pm will feature interviews with manager Stuart Weston, skipper Kim Dixson and defender Katie Flack. It will also feature some of their favourite music . . . .described as iffy, dodgy and shameful by the Charlton Live Team . . .tune in to see what you think . . .

If you cannot catch the show Saturday evening don't worry as it is repeated on Sunday morning at 7am. It will also be put into a podcast and will be available on Audio Boo later on.

The show was the idea of the Charlton Live Team who are keen to support the Womens team and increase the profile of the club and attendances at our home matches.

http://www.cafcwomen.co.uk/news/tune-in-to-the-new-charlton-womens-show-this-saturday-820.php

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Non WSL UK Women’s Football / 2011/12 National Division Previews
« on: August 16, 2011, 02:31:25 PM »
Am currently trying to preview as many of the 10 teams in the National Div as possible. Have interviews either done or in process for half the teams, first one is below, of Watford thanks to Sahara Osborne-Ricketts.

http://www.womensportreport.com/women-sport_fa-women-s-premier-league-preview-sahara-osborne-ricketts-on-watford-ladies_13928

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Non WSL UK Women’s Football / Promotion Battle
« on: April 17, 2011, 10:21:35 PM »
Following on from the National Div relegation battle thread, the Southern Div promotion battle is hotting up as well - top five separated by just four points. Charlton went two points clear at the top of the table. West Ham and Keynsham, who have been the top two all season, have fallen back a bit.

                   PL     PTS     GD
Charlton        15      30      16
Portsmouth    15      28       8
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Keynsham      16      27       4
Cardiff           15      27       1
West Ham      15      26       9

Games Remaining

April 20 - Gillingham v Charlton, Brighton v Portsmouth
April 24 - Brighton v Keynsham, Charlton v Cardiff, QPR v Portsmouth, Yeovil v West Ham
April 26 - Charlton v QPR
April 27 - Gillingham v West Ham
May 01 - Brighton v West Ham, Cardiff v Colchester, Portsmouth v Yeovil
TBC??  - Keynsham v Cardiff - can't find whether this has been re-arranged yet

I think Charlton and Pompey will both get promoted. Pompey's run in is the easiest on paper and Charlton are on a run of six consecutive wins. In my opinion who will win the league depends on the result of the Charlton-Cardiff game - Charlton avoid defeat they are Champions, Cardiff win and Pompey may sneak it. This is all on paper though and, as we all know, anything can happen in football!

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The FA WSL / FA WSL Preview: Megan Harris on Lincoln Ladies
« on: April 10, 2011, 01:13:55 PM »
Went to LLFC's press day on Friday and had a chat with Megan Harris... preview article from that interview below. Will also have a feature on Sophie Bradley and Sue Smith later in the week.

http://www.womensportreport.com/women-sport_fa-wsl-preview-megan-harris-on-lincoln-ladies_12956

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The FA WSL / FA WSL Preview: Rachel Yankey on Arsenal Ladies
« on: April 10, 2011, 01:11:06 PM »
Have been doing a few interviews as previews to the new season... interview with Rachel Yankey below

http://www.womensportreport.com/women-sport_fa-wsl-preview-rachel-yankey-on-arsenal-ladies_12954

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England Cup Competitions / Millwall v Bristol Academy
« on: March 27, 2011, 09:18:03 PM »
Good cup tie, I thought. Millwall were, as to be expected, very physical but Bristol did well to combat as well as possible. Thought Millwall were maybe good for extra time - they certainly had what looked like a stonewall penalty turned down first half and a good chance late on in stoppage time.

http://womensportreport.com/women-sport_bristol-and-arsenal-scrape-into-fa-cup-semi-finals_12834

Looking forward to the draw tomorrow

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Introduce Yourself / Hello
« on: March 23, 2011, 11:30:30 PM »
Hi All

Have enjoyed reading this forum (and posted a few articles) for a while so though I would introduce myself properly.

I am a journalism graduate trying to get experience and have decided women's football is the way to go! This is the first full season I have followed women's football, although I have written reports, etc for Charlton Women for a couple of years now and also helped out at Leeds whilst at University (the year they got to the FA Cup final).

Anyways... will be following as much of the Super League as possible and writing articles for www.womensportreport.com so will hopefully improve my knowledge of the game and try to contribute on here as well. Just signed up to Twitter so anyone on there is welcome to follow me (@davidbrenchley) - will try and make it as interesting as possible!

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