Pre-season friendlies saw Arsenal Women win derby, Liverpool hold Man Utd

Arsenals two-goal Alex Hennessy
Alex Hennessy (left) celebrates after scoring to make it 4-0 to Arsenal at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. (Photo: Paul Terry/Sportimage via Imago)

Sunday’s pre-season games featured a 4-0 north London derby win for Arsenal Women and Liverpool holding Manchester United.

Here’s the results from the weekend, where publicised:

Abergavenny 3-0 Kidderminster Harriers
Abingdon United 1-2 Maidenhead United

AFC Fylde defeated Everton U-23s 3-1, Faye McCoy with a double and Jenna Carroll with the third.

Ascot United 2-3 Eastleigh
Axminster Town 5-2 Signal Box Oak Villa

Alton and visitors Badshot Lea finished all square at 3-3 at full-time but keen for extra minutes a further half-hour was played, in which the away side scored twice.

Banbury United 2-9 Northampton Town DS
Basingstoke Town 2-1 Bursledon
Biggleswade United XI 1-4 Bedford

Darlington came from 2-0 down at the break to record a 4-2 victory away at Bishop Auckland.

Boldmere St Michaels v Keynsham Town
Boldmere St Michaels finished their pre-season games ‘with a positive performance and result’ against Keynsham Town. (Photo: @asandysmith)

Bournemouth Sports 8-0 Winchester City Flyers
Bournemouth Sports Res 1-1 AFC Portchester
Brentford Res 2-0 Luton Town Res
Bridport 0-5 Weymouth
Bristol City Academy 0-4 Plymouth Argyle
Bristol Rovers DS 2-2 Forest Green Rovers Res
Briton Ferry Llansawel 0-2 Cardiff City Ladies
Bromley 1-2 AFC Acorns
Burley Trojans 2-3 Farsley Celtic JFC
Burnley Belvedere 2-3 Accrington Stanley XI

Cambridge City beat Peterboorugh United
Cambridge City pressure Peterborough United during their 3-1 win over the Posh. (Photo: Andy Powell)

Cascade 1-2 Cardiff City FC
Holland LFC 3-3 Chelmsford City
Chester le Street United 5-1 Leam Rangers
Chester 2-5 Liverpool Feds Res
Chichester & Selsey 0-1 Queens Park Rangers

Merseyrail drew at Chorley
Merseyrail on the attack during a 2-2 tie at Chorley Reserves, (Photo: John Shirras)

Coalville Town DS 3-1 Belper Town
Crewe Alexandra 6-0 Port Vale
Dartford 4-1 Crawley Wasps DS
Denham United 0-6 Abingdon Town

Sunderland’s Keira Ramshaw scored twice, Neve Herron and Emma Kelly one apiece in a 4-2 victory at Derby County.

Dulwich Hamlet 4-2 Enfield Town (Att: 175)
Durham Cestria 2-0 Harrogate Town

An Enfield Town XI hosted Grays Athletic in a FSA Shield match
An Enfield Town XI hosted Grays Athletic in a Football Supporters’ Associaiton Shield match on Saturday. (Photo: @MikeyTheTowner)

In an FSA Trophy tie on Saturday, FAWNL newcomers FC United of Manchester defeated Clapton CFC 9-0, with Ella Hartley on target three times.

Feniton 10-0 Westexe Park Rangers
Hartlepool United 4-2 West Allotment Celtic
Herne Bay 1-2 Sutton United
Huddersfield Amateurs ‘B’ 4-3 Queensbury Celtic
Hull United 4-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Kent Football United 3-1 Whyteleafe
Kings Lynn Soccer School 0-6 Cardea
Kings Lynn Town 0-3 Notts County
Knebworth 3-3 Stotfold
Lawford 7-1 Bowers & Pitsea DS

Leeds United defeated Doncaster Rovers Belles 2-0, a Laura Bartup opener added to late on by Holly Orr. The inaugural Julie Chipchase Memorial Match saw the former Belles and Leeds player honoured with a minute’s applause, while supporters and ex-teammates wore shirts bearing her name and kits from her playing days.

Lewes 2-0 Portsmouth

Liverpool held hosts Manchester United 2-2, Leanne Kiernan’s opener bringing replies from Leah Galton and Kirsty Hanson, before Carla Humphrey equalised for the visitors in the second half.

Llanelli Town 4-1 Afan Lido
Loughborough Lightning 5-0 Burton Albion
Malvern Town 7-0 Winchcombe Town

Mexborough Athletic shared ten goals with Sheffield City
Mexborough Athletic shared ten goals with Sheffield City (mauve strip), whose first ever game saw them consistently come from behind to equalise, including with the last kick of the game. (Photo: Julian Barker)

Lucy Watson led the way with three goals as Sheffield United ran out 7-0 winners at Middlesbrough.

Milton Keynes Dons edged West Bromwich Albion 5-4, fighting back from 4-2 down with a second-half hat trick from Mollie Coupar.

Newcastle United 5-0 Norton & Stockton Ancients
Norton & Stockton Ancients’ keeper denied Newcastle United on this occasion but the Magpies won 5-0. (Photo: Colin Lock)

Newmarket Town 1-1 St.Ives Town

Nottingham Forest’s Charlotte Greengrass grabbed a late leveller to hold Watford to a 1-1 draw.

Oxford City 1-6 AFC Wimbledon

Oxford United sent Arsenal U-21s to a 3-2 defeat, with Beth Lumsden getting all three goals for the hosts.

Penrith 1-7 Fleetwood Town Wrens
Peterborough Northern Star 1-7 Cambridge United
Plymouth Argyle DS 1-0 Keynsham Town DS
Pontardawe 12-2 Newport City
Ripon City 14-1 Richmond Town
Royston Town 0-4 Stevenage
Shrewsbury Town 6-2 Chester DS
Solihull Moors 1-4 Hashtag United
Solihull Sporting 1-6 Chesterfield

Southampton FC held London City Lionesses 2-2, taking the lead through Lucia Kendell and although Amy Rodgers and Jamie Lee-Napier turned the game in the visitors’ favour, Sophia Pharoah chipped home the equaliser in the last ten minutes.

Southend United 7-1 Stones LFC
Stockport County 0-2 Huddersfield Town
Stockport County Res 4-2 Wythenshawe
Stourbridge DS 4-0 Sporting Khalsa DS
Swindon Town 1-5 Crawley Wasps
Thame 3-4 Wantage Town

Tottenham Hotspur were beaten 4-0 by Arsenal in one of The Mind Series matches, academy player Alex Hennessy scoring twice, Katie McCabe with a penalty following a foul on Beth Mead, while Anna Patten got the other from 20 yards.

Trearddur Bay 0-9 Bethel
Watton 1-3 Biggleswade United XI
Wirral Phoenix 9-0 Peninsula
Wolverhampton Wanderers DS 3-2 Aberystwyth Town
Woodbridge Town 2-1 Kesgrave
Wrexham 6-1 Northop Hall

Midweek Matches

Tuesday 10 August

Huddersfield Town v Sheffield United
Llanystwmdwy v Bethel
Wootton Blue Cross v Royston Town

Wednesday 11 August

Derby County v Aston Villa Academy
Newhaven v Ringmer
Ossett United v Leeds United U-23s
Parkwood Rangers v Cray Valley

Thursday 12 August

Brighton & Hove Albion v London City Lionesses
Hartlepool United v Middlesbrough Res
Rangers v Chelsea (7.15pm – live on CFC YouTube / Facebook)

Friday 13 August 

Helston Athletic v Torquay United

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