FA Women’s National League midweek matches feature Black Country derby

FAWNL midweek matches

FA Women’s National League midweek matches feature the Black Country derby and Durham Cestria facing Newcastle for the second time in four days.

Wolves welcome West Brom on Wednesday, when Durham Cestria entertain Newcastle United who they beat on penalties just this Sunday gone.

Tuesday 11 October (7.45pm)

Southern Premier

Cheltenham Town v Bridgwater United (Cirencester Town FC)
Crawley Wasps v Watford (Horsham FC)

Division 1 South East

Norwich City v Cambridge City (The Nest)
Wymondham Town v Cambridge United (The FDC)

Wednesday 12 October (7.45pm)

Northern Premier

Brighouse Town v Burnley (Brighouse Town AFC)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v West Bromwich Albion (AFC Telford Utd)

Southern Premier

Billericay Town v Gillingham (Billericay Town FC)

Division 1 Midlands

Peterborough United v Northampton Town (Bourne Town FC)
Sporting Khalsa v Long Eaton United (Sporting Khalsa FC)
Wem Town v Stourbridge (Butler Sports Centre)

Division 1 North

Bradford City v Merseyrail (Bradford Park Avenue FC)
Durham Cestria v Newcastle United (Maiden Castle)
Stockport County v Chorley (Stockport Sports Village)

Division 1 South East

AFC Wimbledon v London Seaward (Carshalton Athletic FC)
Actonians v Hounslow (Rectory Park, Middlesex FA)
Hashtag United v Chesham United (Aveley FC)
Queens Park Rangers v Ashford Town (Hanwell Town FC)

Division 1 South West

AFC Bournemouth v Southampton Women (Ringwood Town FC)
Portishead v Exeter City (Portishead Town FC)
Selsey v Moneyfields (Selsey FC)

Thursday 13 October (7.45pm)

Northern Premier

Liverpool Feds v AFC Fylde (Jericho Lane Sports Hub)
Nottingham Forest v Loughborough Lightning (Halbrooke Stadium)
Stoke City v Boldmere St Michaels (Norton CC & MWI)

Division 1 Midlands

Leafield Athletic v Solihull Moors (Tally Ho Sports)
Lincoln City v Sheffield (Moorlands Sports Ground)

Division 1 South West

Swindon Town v Keynsham Town (Fairford Town FC)
Cardiff City LFC v Larkhall Athletic (Ocean Park Arena, 8pm)

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