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Match Report

1st May 2022

The FA Women's National League – Division One North

Jericho Lane, Jericho Lane Sports Hub, Otterspool Drive, Aigburth, Liverpool. L17 5AR


Liverpool Feds Women

6 - 1

FC United of Manchester Women

Cole 3, 37 

James 11

Thompson 45+2 

Donoghue 75, 82 

  Hayes 36
Attendance: 175

Liverpool Feds Women 6

Cole 3, 37 

James 11

Thompson 45+2 

Donoghue 75, 82 

FC United of Manchester Women 1

Hayes 36

Attendance: 175


Liverpool Feds Women

1 Rachel Darbyhire

11 Abby Pope

6 Nicola James

37 Ellie Stewart

2 Ellie Fletcher

3 Rosie Kinvig

8 Amy Seagraves

4 Natalie Clark

5 Chantelle Thompson

16 Paige Cole

10 Demi Devereaux

 

Subs.

12 Beth Donoghue

14 Caroline Charlton

9 Carra Jones

17 Erin Slade

15 Molly Farley

FC United of Manchester

1 Danni Camp
2 Corie Mather
3 Emily Marsh
5 Chelsea Patient
7 Ash Hayes
11 Kirsty Chambers (capt)
13 Ceri Ogdon
14 Lily Smith
15 Chelsea Flanagan
20 Katie O'Gara
25 Ellie Kelly

Subs.
9 Olivia Smith (for 15, 76 mins)
16 Ellie Rigby (for 11, 46 mins)
21 Elsie Baxter
22 Betty Hall (for 13, 69 mins)


Reds women relegated

FC United were in the Last Chance Saloon as they travelled down the M62 to meet Liverpool Feds in the last game of their first season in the FA Women’s National League Division 1 North. After a disastrous start which saw the Reds trailing 0-2 after 11 minutes, FC gave it their best but ultimately were no match for the hosts who, by virtue of this result, are crowned league champions.

 

The Reds, who now look set to rejoin the North West Women’s Regional League, will look to regroup and bid to win back their place in the FAWNL at the earliest opportunity.

In the meantime,  everybody involved with FC United will surely recognise that league titles at any level don’t come without a lot of hard work over a season in addition to ability. On that basis, sincere congratulations have to go to Liverpool Feds.

Full report to follow. 
 

Report by Phil Bradbury

 

FC player of the match: Chelsea Flanagan 

 

Referee: Ali Rahipo Assistants: Kyle Lines & Suzanne Monaghan.

 

Stats - courtesy of Paul Hinson (FC United first)

Shots on target: 8-9

Shots off target: 6-11

Free kicks: 14-10

Corners: 3-3

Offsides: 0-4

Yellow Cards: 2-1

Red Cards: 0-0

Passes: 295-309

Possession: 49%-51%

Reds women relegated

FC United were in the Last Chance Saloon as they travelled down the M62 to meet Liverpool Feds in the last game of their first season in the FA Women’s National League Division 1 North. After a disastrous start which saw the Reds trailing 0-2 after 11 minutes, FC gave it their best but ultimately were no match for the hosts who, by virtue of this result, are crowned league champions.

 

The Reds, who now look set to rejoin the North West Women’s Regional League, will look to regroup and bid to win back their place in the FAWNL at the earliest opportunity.

In the meantime,  everybody involved with FC United will surely recognise that league titles at any level don’t come without a lot of hard work over a season in addition to ability. On that basis, sincere congratulations have to go to Liverpool Feds.

Full report to follow. 
 

Report by Phil Bradbury

 

FC player of the match: Chelsea Flanagan 

 

Referee: Ali Rahipo Assistants: Kyle Lines & Suzanne Monaghan.

 

Stats - courtesy of Paul Hinson (FC United first)

Shots on target: 8-9

Shots off target: 6-11

Free kicks: 14-10

Corners: 3-3

Offsides: 0-4

Yellow Cards: 2-1

Red Cards: 0-0

Passes: 295-309

Possession: 49%-51%


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