Pre-Season Friendlies Round-Up for 29 July

Jess Clarke on the attack for Liverpool at Blackburn Rovers. (Photo: Colin Shorrock)

Pre-season results over the weekend featured a 3-1 win for Liverpool at Blackburn Rovers on Saturday and a 3-0 victory for Birmingham City away to Glasgow City on Sunday.

Aberystwyth Town 1-3 Llandudno
Actonians 2-5 Chesham United
AFC Phoenix 0-3 Leyton Orient
Ajax 1-1 Reading
Barnsley 4-1 Burton Albion
Bedford 3-0 Northampton Town
Bedworth United 3-0 Lye Town
BGC Wales 4-1 Pen Y Bont
Billericay Town 3-3 Gillingham
Blackburn Rovers 1-3 Liverpool
Brentwood Town 1-2 C&K Basildon
Brighouse Town DS 2-2 Leeds United
Bowers & Pitsea 2-2 Maidstone United
Brayton Belles 0-3 Ripon City
Bristol City 0-2 London Bees
Burnley 1-1 Huddersfield Town
Bury 2-5 Crewe Alexandra
Bury DS 2-11 Barr Hill
Cambridge City 3-3 Norwich City
Cardea 1-8 ICA Sports
Cardiff City FC 7-1 Larkhall Athletic
Cardiff Met 3-1 Cardiff Met Academy
Cascade 2-3 Briton Ferry Llansawel
Chesterfield 2-4 Ilkeston
Chichester City 4-2 AFC Bournemouth
Chichester City DS 3-0 Eastbourne Town
City of Liverpool 1-5 West Kirby
Crawley Wasps Res 4-1 Burgess Hill Town
Crewe Alexandra DS 1-2 Sporting Khalsa XI
Crystal Palace 6-0 Luton Town
Derby County 6-0 Leeds United
Doncaster Rovers Belles 2-5 Liverpool Feds

An Enfield Town side were beaten by QPR Development. (Photo: @MikeyTheTowner)

Enfield Town XI 2-4 Queens Park Rangers DS
Glasgow City 0-3 Birmingham City
Goldenhill Wanderers 5-6 AFC Telford United
Haringey Borough 3-1 Hackney
Hull City 0-3 Bolton Wanderers
Keynsham Town 2-1 Birmingham & West Midlands
Keynsham Town DS 2-1 Frampton Rangers
Kidderminster Harriers 0-3 West Bromwich Albion XI
Lawford 3-0 Hutton

Leanne Bell drives forward for Watford at Lewes. (Photo: Andrew Waller Images)

Lewes 4-3 Watford
Lewes Res 2-2 Watford U-23s
Manchester United 2-2 West Ham United
Millwall Lionesses 1-1 Oxford United
Newcastle United 3-3 Guiseley Vixens
Norton & Stockton Ancients 3-0 Newcastle United DS
Peterborough United Res 2-5 Corby Town
Poole Town 2-1 Ilminster Town
Portsmouth 3-2 Cheltenham Town
Rangers 2-3 Durham
Roffey 3-1 AFC Littlehampton
Sheffield United DS 3-3 FC United of Manchester
Solihull Moors 2-0 Stoke City Res
Southampton WFC Res v Frome Town
Stevenage 12-1 Harlow Town
Stockport County 1-4 Chorley
Stoke City 0-3 Aston Villa
Swindon Town 0-0 Queens Park Rangers
TNS 4-4 Abergavenny
Walton Casuals 1-5 Ashford Town (Middx)
Whyteleafe 1-3 Enfield Town DS
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-3 Coventry United
Wolverhampton Wanderers DS 3-2 Coventry United DS
Wymondham Town 17-0 Boston United
Wythenshawe Amateurs 5-3 Blackburn CSC

Reading led 1-0 away to Ajax through a Lauren Bruton goal but were denied the win by a late Eshly Bakker equaliser.

Liverpool trialists scored two goals early in the second half and although Lagan Makin soon replied for Blackburn Rovers, Courtney Sweetman-Kirk netted from a Christie Murray set piece late on to seal the win.

Birmingham City were 3-0 winners at Glasgow City, where Lucy Quinn’s first-half goal was added to by an Ellen White brace after the break.

Bristol City were beaten 2-0 at home by London Bees, for whom Lauren Pickett and Tricia Gould were on target.

Emily Roberts early goal for Durham saw Rangers hit back to lead 2-1 at the interval but a Jordan Atkinson double then gave the Wildcats the win.

Liverpool Feds came away from Doncaster Rovers Belles 5-2 victors, Jen Rogers scoring three times.

Cheltenham Town were edged out just 3-2 at higher division Portsmouth, with the Robins’ goals coming from Annie Martin and Ellie Briscoe, while Rachel Panting made one and scored another for Pompey.

Newcastle shared six goals with a youthful Guiseley side, Jess Foster Rebecca Olley and Ellen Turnbull netting for United, Shannon Durkin with two and Mercy Darkoah getting the other for the Vixens.

Steph Smith featured with a first half hat-trick as Derby County hit Leeds United for six.

National League Chichester City had to overcome a half-time deficit before beating Southern League side AFC Bournemouth 4-2.

A Shannon Shaw helped Cambridge City hold Norwich City to a 3-3 tie.

Coming up this midweek:

Tues 31 Aug: Cambridge City v Ipswich Town, Frampton Rangers v Longlevens, Stoke City v Hope College

Weds 1st Aug: Cambridge United v Norwich City, Harlow Town v Enfield Town, Newhaven v Burgess Hill Town, Royston Town v Tottenham Hotspur, SGS Essen v Liverpool, Solihull Moors v Coventry United DS, Stoke City v Hope College, West Didsbury & Chorlton v Chorley, Wolverhampton Wanderers v Manchester United U-19s

Thurs 2nd Aug: Chesterfield v Rotherham United, Farsley Celtic v Ossett United, Middlesbrough v Burnley, Montpelier v Chelsea, Ripon City v Huddersfield Amateur

Fri 3 Aug: Bala Town v San Antonio Lions