With the first flurry of women’s pre-season friendlies having now taken place, we round up the action from the weekend of 1/2 July.
Ardrossan Winton Rovers 2-2 FC Flip The Mindset
Brentford 2-4 Haywards Heath Town
Brigg Town 4-1 Kingswood United
Chester 1-1 Ynys Mon
Clydebank 0-8 Stenhousemuir
Curzon Ashton 1-1 Bolton Wanderers
Darlington Spraire 0-4 Hebburn Town
First outing for @HebburnTownWFC this afternoon 👊
Kicking off pre-season with a 4-0 win over Darlington Spraire Ladies! pic.twitter.com/MZEPaD9WO8
— Hebburn Town FC (@HebburnTown) July 2, 2023
Drumchapel United 3-3 Glenrothes Strollers
East Fife Development 5-5 Dunfermline Athletic
East Preston 2-1 Mile Oak Rovers
Hartlepool United U-23s 1-14 Norton & Stockton Ancients U-23s
Maghull 0-3 Clitheroe Wolves Development
Mancunian Unity 2-2 Wythenshawe
Mosborough 0-7 SJR Worksop
Thackley 2-0 Bury
Wimborne Town 3-6 Gosport Falcons
𝐆𝐨𝐚𝐥𝐬 | @BrentfordFCW
The HHTFC goals from yesterdays friendly away win
— Haywards Heath Town Women (@HHTWomen) July 3, 2023
Haywards Heath Town (formerly Crawley Wasps) came through 4-2 at Brentford, with Brooke Garcia and Sophie Phelps netting together with a couple of their trialists.
Lois Cooper took just seconds to give Thackley the lead against Bury, Lauren Tate doubling the advantage direct from a free kick.
Ynys Mon (Anglesey) geared up for the Nat West International Island Games – starting next weekend in Guernsey- with a draw at Chester, for whom Molly Wood scored.
Norton & Stockton Ancients U-23s went behind at their counterparts from Hartlepool United but led at the break 2-1, before storming to a 14-1 scoreline with four apiece from Katie Ormerod and Maddie Myers plus three by Sacha Millward
Wythenshawe twice levelled to draw 2-2 at Mancunian Unity, Curzon Ashton got a very late equaliser to hold Bolton Wanderers 1-1.
Alex Davie hit a hat-trick to help Dunfermline draw a ten-goal thriller away to East Fife Development.
Midweek Matches for Wednesday 5 July
AFC Bournemouth v Bermuda FC (Ringwood Town FC, 7pm)
Hemsworth MW v Sheffield Wednesday (MDC Stadium, 7.30pm)