#FAWNL: Ipswich Town Women look to continue winning start

FA WNL fixtures
Photo: John Shirras

Sunday’s fixtures in the FA Women’s National League offer Ipswich Town the opportunity for a sixth straight win and top spot in the Southern Premier.

Ipswich are currently goal-difference behind non-playing leaders Southampton FC, with Keynsham Town the next to take on the Tractor Girls and their sizeable home support.

Seventh-placed London Bees host Crawley Wasps in sixth, while opponents Gillingham and Chichester & Selsey are tenth and ninth respectively, separated only by goal-difference.

Seventh-placed Leek Town are one position and one point better off than visiting Peterborough United in Division 1 Midlands.

It’s sixth versus third in Division 1 North, as Norton tackle a Liverpool Feds side who knocked Nottingham Forest out of the League Cup last week.

Billericay Town lead Division 1 South East ahead of a home game against Cambridge City, Actonians are a point behind in third as they go to Norwich City. Enfield Town entertain bottom of the table Stevenage, whose manager Karl Davy resigned this week.

Division 1 South West’s basement side Poole Town are still to get off the mark and are up against unbeaten leaders Chesham United.

Fixtures for Sunday 19 September (2pm)

Southern Premier

Gillingham v Chichester & Selsey (Rochester United Sports Ground)
Ipswich Town v Keynsham Town (Felixstowe & Walton Utd FC)
London Bees v Crawley Wasps (Barnet FC)

Division 1 Midlands

Leek Town v Peterborough United (Lyme Valley Stadium)

Division 1 North

Norton & Stockton Ancients v Liverpool Feds (Norton Sports Complex)

Division 1 South East

Billericay Town v Cambridge City (Billericay Town FC)
Enfield Town v Stevenage (Enfield Town FC)
Norwich City v Actonians (The Nest)

Division 1 South West

Poole Town v Chesham United (Dorset County FA Ground)

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