Women’s pre-season results – Sunday 9 August

Chorley Reserves v Morecambe
Chorley Reserves took on Morecambe. (Photo: John Shirras)

Teams from complete newcomers to the likes of Manchester City Women played pre-season games on Sunday, with one match ended by ‘a medical incident’.

Sunday 9 August 

Pre-Season Friendly Results: (where made available)

Abingdon United 12-0 Laverstock & Ford
AEK Boco 1-1 Bristol & West
AFC St Austell 3-0 Bideford
Alder 1-1 Northwich Vixens
Alder Dev 1-3 Northwich Vixens Dev
Alton 2-8 Winchester City Flyers
Andover 2-4 Winchester City Flyers Res
Ascot United 2-2 Bursledon XI
Ashford Town (Middx) 1-2 Kent Football United

Banbury United 1-6 Carterton
Bartestree 6-4 Gloucester City
Bedworth United Dev 2-1 Knowle
Beckenham Town 2-7 Bromley
Bexhill United 1-1 Burgess Hill Town
Billericay Town 4-5 Watford
Bishops Cleeve 7-2 Mitcheldean
Bishops Lydeard 6-2 Feniton
Bowers & Pitsea 1-4 AFC Wimbledon U-23s
Brentford 0-10 Portsmouth
Brighouse Town Dev 11-0 Bradford Park Avenue
Bugbrooke St Michaels 2-1 Earls Barton United
Buntingford Town 4-2 Stotfold
Cambridge City Dev 1-0 St Ives Town
Cambridge United 2-2 MK Dons

Cambridge United v MK Dons
Cambridge United player tangles with two opponents. (Gary Reed Photography)

Cambridge United Dev 1-2 Kings Lynn Town
Cardea 5-3 Riverside
Castle Vale 5-1 Darlaston Town
Cheltenham Town Dev 3-2 Kingfisher
Chester FC 4-6 City of Stoke
Chesterfield Dev 1-2 Swallownest
Chichester City 3-0 Liphook United
Chichester & Selsey 7-0 Poole Town
Corby Town 2-4 AFC Rushden & Diamonds
Coventry Sphinx 0-1 Lye Town
Deanshanger Athletic 1-1 Kempston Rovers
Denham United 0-2 Maidenhead United
Denham United Res 3-3 Ashford Town (Middx) Res
Dronfield Town 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday Res
Eastleigh 3-1 Warsash Wasps
Enfield Town 1-5 Chesham United
FC United of Manchester 3-0 Leeds United
Fleetwood Town Wrens 7-3 Curzon Ashton
Frontiers 5-1 Hartham United
Gateshead 1-7 Sunderland West End
Hackney Lionesses 1-2 Bowers & Pitsea U-18s

Narrow loss for Hackney Lionesses in their first ever game, (Photo: @LionessesHac)

Haverhill Rovers 5-1 Bury Town
Hebburn Involve 4-2 Bedlington Belles
Holwell Sports 5-3 Peterborough United
Huddersfield Town 6-0 Chorley
Hull City 2-0 Wakefield Trinity
Hull City Res 0-1 Hull United
Kingsclere 5-0 Salisbury
Leek Town 4-0 Rise Park
Long Eaton United 1-6 West Bromwich Albion
Long Stratton 1-3 Sprowston Athletic
Lower Hopton 2-4 Brighouse Sports
Manchester City 5-0 Coventry United
Middlesbrough 3-0 Brighouse Town

Millmoor 0-9 Stockport County
Millwall Lionesses 1-2 Aylesford
North Cave 2-2 Pocklington Town
Oakwood 0-1 Phoenix Sports
Oldland Abbotonians 0-10 Larkhall Athletic
Penn & Tylers 4-2 Headington Amateurs
Penrith 1-2 Accrington Stanley
QK Southampton 5-1 AFC Varsity
Redcar Town 0-3 Newcastle United

Redcar Town tackle Newcastle United
Redcar Town tackled Newcastle United. (Photo: Colin Lock)

Roade 1-1 Peterborough United Res
Rotherham United 0-6 Lincoln City
Saltash Borough 2-4 Plympton
Saltash United 2-1 Plymouth Argyle Dev
Saltdean A-A Moneyfields
Saltdean Dev 2-1 Montpelier Villa
Sandbach United 2-10 Runcorn Linnets
Sherborne Town 4-2 Bournemouth Sports
Sherburn White Rose 5-4 West End Terriers
Sutton United WFC 2-4 Wycombe Wanderers
Swinton 0-9 Middleton
Walshaw Sports 3-4 Bolton County
Winchcombe Town 1-6 Longlevens
Wodson Park 0-0 Hemel Hempstead Town
Woodbridge Town 0-5 Lawford

Photo: Holwell_WFC

Formerly Leicester United, Holwell Sports kicked off with a 5-3 defeat if Peterborough United.

Gemma Bonner, Lauren Hemp, Georgia Stanway, Ellen White and Chloe Kelly were on the scoresheet as Manchester City beat Coventry United 5-0.

A Keeley Davies hat-trick helped West Brom win 6-1 at Long Eaton, Adele Hooper also netted three in Larkhall Athletic’s ten goals at Oldland Abbotonians, Chesham United’s Gemma Fraser doing likewise at Enfield Town, similarly Chloe Mapp for Stockport County’s 9-0 scoreline at Millmoor.

Tamsin de Bunsen got four second-half goals as Portsmouth hit double-figures at Brentford, Middleton’s Jo O’Connell matched that in a 9-0 result at Swinton, as did Beth Gregory to help Fleetwood Town Wrens secure a 7-3 victory over Curzon Ashton.

Moneyfields led 2-0 when their match was abandoned after 70 minutes, due to a medical incident concerning a Saltdean player.

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