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Only 83p of each 100 pound spent on women's game


Outrage as football bosses spend just 83p on women's game out of every 100 GBP soccer receives. Stingy soccer chiefs are spending just 83p on the women's game out of every 100 GBP that football receives in lucrative TV deals. Broadcasting pulls in 1.7 billion GBP a year for the sport's authorities but a mere 14 million GBP is paid to develop women's football from its grassroots to the England team.

Shrewsbury Juniors 4 - Stone Dominoes Ladies 3


For the first ten minutes Stone didn't show up, giving much of the possession to Shrewsbury. With the defence under constant pressure, a ball was played in to the Shrewsbury striker, Central defender Hayley Mason matched her for pace and had no choice but to make a last ditch attempt to tackle the player as she shot. Mason was late which ultimately put the striker off balance to strike wide, however the referee gave a penalty. Shrewsbury 1-0 up and Stone woke up and began to play a bit of football however were closed down very quickly by the home side. After a ball came into the Stone box from the right wing, keeper Kelly Lees jumped and caught the ball, however she was bundled over and the ball was in the back of the net. Fuming with the decision by the referee numerous players from the Stone team were spoken to, with Vikki Garner receiving a yellow. Shrewsbury played the long ball each time and their striker had bags of pace which troubled the Dominoes defence. A couple of changes were made, seeing Nat Price make way for Bethan Woodings, who instantly made an impact in the centre, putting numerous challenges in. Stone pulled one back just before half time after some great play down the right hand side by Lisa Elliot linking with Laura Baskerville, creating an opportunity for Mollie Prime to get her name on the scoresheet with a one on one with the keeper. 2-1 half time. After the half, Stone battled harder and had no choice but to play a more physical game against a very physical Shrewsbury side. When Stone had the ball on the floor, the passing was amazing and the unfit Shrewsbury team couldn't keep up. However after possession, nothing came from it up top. More changes for the Dominoes saw, Katie Jones come on at right back for Amelia Shacklestone and Maria Birkett down the right wing for Laura Baskerville. Shrewsbury broke, and got another goal making it 3-1, with how the decisions had gone against them all afternoon Stone dug deep and pushed to get a goal back straight away. Mollie Prime down the left wing found herself in acres of space on numerous occasions, however with putting balls into the box Shrewsbury cleared easily with Stone having nobody on the end of each one. Prime soon took to shooting from the left wing however nothing bothered the keeper until one outside of the box screamer flew past the keeper. 3-2. Stone were beginning to dominate play, however the experience of the Shrewsbury side slowed the game right down. Taking minutes for set pieces, throw ins and goal kicks soon mounted up time, time which Stone needed for the equaliser. Shrewsbury against all the play, went long again and with their striker on the ball she made it 4-2. With ten minutes left Stone pressed and pressed, troubling the Shrewsbury defence however their central defender was strong and cleared up behind them. With the Shrewsbury midfield tired, the Dominoes had more chance to push forward. Jules Kendrick received the ball on the edge of the box after some quick passing with Maria Birkett and Lacey Smith, Smith layed the ball off for Kendrick and with her first touch the ball flew into the top corner, hitting the net and post however somehow bouncing back out. The referee continued play, which frustrated the Dominoes even more to the point it was laughable. Stone were awarded a corner and a great ball came in, for Hayley Mason to out jump the defence and head home making it 4-3. Grabbing the ball and setting up straight away to look again for the equaliser. Shrewsbury again took what seemed forever to take the centre kick, looking for the corner. After a couple of throw ins down the left hand side, Shrewsbury managed to waste 5minutes. Dominoes keeper Kelly Lees voiced her opinion of time wasting to the referee and was greeted with a yellow card. Stone ended up with the ball at Laura Baskervilles feet, Baskerville dribbled past the meaty midfielders, side stepping between them with the ball, one taking a swipe for her legs making her lose the ball. A yellow was awarded to Shrewsbury midfielder, again this taking up a lot of time. Free kick taken from Stone and the full time whistle went. TEAM: LEES, KELSALL, MASON, ELLIOT, SHACKLETON, PRICE, KENDRICK, TEZGEL, PRIME, SMITH, BASKERVILLE SUBS: GARNER, WOODINGS, BIRKETT, JONES GOALS: PRIME (35, 70), MASON ( 83) POM: MOLLIE PRIME
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6-2 win over Carlisle United make Bury FC Ladies 3 for 3


Sylvia Gore dies aged 71


The FA is deeply saddened to learn of the death of women's football legend Sylvia Gore MBE. Gore was the first female footballer to score for England, in a 3-2 victory over Scotland on 18 November 1972. Gore, who was a long-standing member of The FA Women?s Committee, once netted 134 goals in a single season and was involved in women's football for 60 years. She played for Manchester Corinthians and Fodens, helping the latter to shock the all-conquering Southampton in the 1974 FA Women?s Cup Final, before going on to manage Wales in the 1980s.
Image from Wikipedia article on Sylvia.

Stirling Uni v Glasgow City - Scottish Cup QF


Stirling Uni v Glasgow City - part 2! This time in the Cup.

Top 10 Goals: FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Canada 2014


Fancy footwork and booming shots from the young women, with the Nigerians, French and Germans taking most spots. The top goal was selected by users of FIFA.com. Which is your favourite?

Newcastle vs Leicester City WFC League Cup - Round 1


Manchester City Women beat Arsenal Ladies to reach the Continental Cup final


Fylde Ladies FC: One minute applause before today's game in memory of Zoe Tynan



Reading Women 0-1 Liverpool Ladies | Goals & Highlights


England Women's Under-19 midfielder Zoe Tynan dies aged 18


England Under-19 Women's and Fylde Ladies midfielder Zoe Tynan has died, aged 18. Tynan, a former Manchester City player, died after being hit by a train at West Allerton station in Merseyside on Tuesday, British Transport Police said. Tynan's death is not being treated as suspicious. Her family paid tribute to a "vibrant, generous and fun-loving girl", who was "a dedicated athlete, never happier than when she had a ball at her feet". Tynan began her career at Liverpool Feds, spent six years at Everton's Centre of Excellence and was playing for Women's Premier League side Fylde Ladies. A family statement also said she was a "the most loving and caring daughter and sister anyone could wish for" and that she was the "ultimate team player". It added: "Zoe always knew how to cheer anyone up, and was a loyal, straight-talking friend to many. She touched so many people's lives and will never be forgotten."

Chelsea Ladies handed Wolfsburg Champions League tie


Chelsea Ladies have been drawn to play German side Wolfsburg in the Women's Champions League Round of 32. Emma Hayes's side were beaten by the Germans in last season's competition and have been handed the opportunity to secure a positive result this time around. Chelsea’s second leg in the tie will be away from home. The games are to be played on 5/6 and 12/13 October with the final in Cardiff in June the aim for all. There will be reaction from the draw on this website later. This evening, Chelsea Ladies are in home action in the Women’s Super League against Notts County Ladies at Wheatsheaf Park. Kick-off is at 7.30. Tickets are £5/£3 and can be purchased online. Then on Wednesday 7 September at Stamford Bridge, Emma Hayes will be joined by her captain Katie Chapman plus Fran Kirby, Eni Aluko and Claire Rafferty for ‘An Audience With…’ Click for more details.

FATV: Notts County Ladies 0-2 Arsenal Ladies | Goals & Highlights


Stirling Uni v Glasgow City - SWPL 1


FA FREE concussion guidelines


India's Under-14 women's football team captain is living in poverty


At a time when PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malik made the country proud by winning medals in recently concluded Rio Olympics, a story of a poor football player has come out and is showing the other side of Indian sports. Soni Kumari, the captain of the Under-14 Indian football team, is living in immense poverty.

Notts County Ladies 0-2 Arsenal Ladies


Asisat Oshoala's double saw Arsenal Ladies beat Notts County to boost their chances of securing Champions League football next season, despite having only 10 players for the last half hour.

Rio Olympics 2016: Women's champions USA beaten by 'cowardly' Sweden


United States goalkeeper Hope Solo says her side were knocked out by a "bunch of cowards" after losing to Sweden on penalties in the Olympic quarter-final. It is the first time the defending champions have failed to reach the semi-finals of a major tournament.

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