#FAWNL: Watford Ladies aim for top spot

Watford have chance to go top
Watford celebrate during their recent win at Chichester City. (Photo: Andrew Waller)

Watford have an opportunity to go top of The FA Women’s National League Southern Premier, while Sunderland look to extend their lead in the Northern.

FA WNL fixtures – Sunday 17 November, 2pm

NORTHERN PREMIER

Derby County v Sunderland (Mickleover Sports FC)
Fylde v Loughborough Foxes (Mill Farm Sports Village)
Huddersfield Town v Sheffield FC (Shelley FC)

SOUTHERN PREMIER

Watford v Keynsham Town (Kings Langley FC, 3pm)

DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS

Birmingham & West Midlands v Leicester United (Boldmere St Michaels FC)

DIVISION 1 NORTH

Chester le Street Town v Barnsley (Chester le Street Town FC)
Durham Cestria v Leeds United (The Graham Sports Centre)

LEAGUE PLATE 2ND ROUND

Stockport County v Middlesbrough (Stockport Sports Village)

WOMEN’S FA CUP 1ST ROUND

Cheltenham Town v Leyton Orient (Cheltenham Saracens FC, 1.30pm)
Woodlands v Billericay Town (Borrowash Victoria FC, 2pm)

Sunderland looking to go one better this season nin the FAWNL Northern Premier,
Photo: @SAFCLadies

Derby County take on unbeaten Northern Premier leaders Sunderland who sit seven points above the rest, Huddersfield Town have a Yorkshire derby with Sheffield FC and ninth plays tenth as Fylde face Loughborough Foxes.

The one Southern Premier fixture gives Watford the chance to replace Crawley Wasps at the top, as they host a Keynsham Town team that pulled off a good win at Oxford United last week.

Birmingham & West Midlands will go level on points with second-placed Division 1 Midlands side Long Eaton United if they defeat Leicester United.

Division 1 North leaders Barsnley go to Chester le Street Town and it’s fourth home to third as Durham Cestria enytertain Leeds United.

Cheltenham Town and Leyton Orient are both third in their respective divisions ahead of a Women’s FA Cup clash, second-placed Division 1 South East side Billericay Town go to Woodlands of the East Midlands League, while in the League Plate Stockport County take on top flight Middlesbrough for a place in the quarter-finals.