Wolves Women win 2-0 against West Brom at Molineux

FA Womens National League - Wolverhampton Wanderers v West Bromwich Albion - Molineux Stadium
Amber Hughes celebrates scoring the opening goal. (Natalie Mincher/SPP)

Wolverhampton Wanderers won the Black Country derby with West Bromwich Albion 2-0 in front of a crowd of 2,725 at Molineux.

The result lifted Wolves up three places into fourth in FA Women’s National League Northern Premier Division, goal-difference ahead of both West Brom and Stoke City, whilst also moving above Liverpool Feds.

Wolves went in front close to half time, when Beth Merrick and Tammi George combined to pick out Amber Hughes to tuck the ball past goalkeeper Anna Miller.

After the break, Bec Thomas parried a strike from Delphi Cole and saved a Marian Mahmood header, to deny the Baggies an equaliser,

The lead was doubled on 77 minutes, with George firing into the net following a scramble in the box.

Three FA Women’s National League games expect crowds of 5,000+

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