#FAWNL: Chichester face challenge of high-scoring Yeovil Town Women

Yeovil Town
The Glovers’ goal-glut currently stands at sixteen from two games (Photo: @YeovilWomenFC)

The FA Women’s National League’s second round of divisional fixtures ladens Chichester City with the task of stopping the free-flowing goals of Yeovil Town.

Sunday 1 September (2pm)



Fylde v Sunderland (Mill Farm Sports Village)
Hull City v Derby County (North Ferriby FC)
Loughborough Foxes v Huddersfield Town (Shepshed Dynamo FC)
Nottingham Forest v Stoke City (Eastwood CFC)
Sheffield FC v Middlesbrough (Sheffield FC)
West Bromwich Albion v Burnley (Walsall Wood FC)


Crawley Wasps v Hounslow (East Grinstead Town FC)
Gillingham v Plymouth Argyle (Chatham Town FC)
Keynsham Town v Milton Keynes Dons (Keynsham Town FC)
Yeovil Town v Chichester City (Dorchester Town FC)
Watford v Oxford United (Kings Langley FC, 3pm)


Birmingham & West Midlands v Long Eaton United (Boldmere St Michaels FC)
Burton Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Rocester FC)
Leicester United v Leafield Athletic (Melton Town FC)
Lincoln City v Bedworth United (Lincoln Utd FC)
Sporting Khalsa v The New Saints (Sporting Khalsa FC)
Solihull Moors v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Studley Sports Centre, 3pm)


Barnsley v Stockport County (Barnsley FC Academy)
Chester le Street Town v Bradford City (Chester le Street Town FC)
Durham Cestria v Bolton Wanderers (The Graham Sports Centre)
Liverpool Feds v Brighouse Town (South Liverpool Football Hub)
Newcastle United v Chorley (Druid Park)
Norton & Stockton Ancients v Leeds United (Norton Teesside Sports Complex)


AFC Wimbledon v Cambridge United (Carshalton Athletic FC)
Actonians v AFC Basildon (Rectory Park, Middlesex FA)
Cambridge City v Billericay Town (Ely City FC)
Enfield Town v Leyton Orient (Enfield Town FC)
Norwich City v Stevenage (Norwich Utd FC)
Kent Football United v Ipswich Town (Glentworth Sports Club, 3pm)


Buckland Athletic v Cheltenham Town (Buckland Athletic FC)
Larkhall Athletic v Maidenhead United (Larkhall Athletic FC)
Poole Town v Exeter City (Dorset FA County Ground)
Southampton FC v Brislington (AFC Totton)
Southampton Women’s v Swindon Town (Romsey Town FC)

Burnley beat Derby on the opening day
The Clarets’ Northern Premier debut a fortnight ago saw them beat Derby County. (Photo: @{BurnleyFCWomen)

Loughborough are first leaders in the Northern Premier for the new season and next host Huddersfield. All the other opening day victors are away, including debutants Burnley at fellow promoted side West Brom and last season’s runners-up Sunderland at Fylde.

Yeovil have cruised to two big away wins so far in League and Cup, with Chichester the first to test them on their own turf. Keynsham get underway at home to MK Dons and Oxford start their Southern Premier fixtures with a testing trip to Watford. Promoted Crawley hope for back to back wins when hosting Hounslow and Gillingham look to continue their fine start against Plymouth after winning at Cardiff first time out. The Welsh side’s match with Portsmouth is off due to international call-ups.

Birmingham & West Midlands versus Long Eaton United is a clash of first and third in Division 1 Midlands, Chester le Street take on Bradford after both won their openers in the North.

Something must also give in the South East at the meeting of Enfield and leaders Leyton Orient, both of whom made winning starts, likewise Buckland and Cheltenham in the South West.

FA WNL Round-up from 18 August

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