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Wrens Ladies play out hard fought draw against Mossley Hill

5 April 2022

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All three of the Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies teams were in action at the weekend and here is a round-up of how they did in their respected fixtures.


Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies 2-2 Mossley Hill Ladies

The first-team were in Merseyside on Sunday afternoon as they faced Mossley Hill at the Athletics Club, with the game being a tough one for both sides. It was a spectacle for fans this one as it was end-to-end with both Natasha Roe and Emily Slater getting on the score sheet for the Cods in the draw.

Town squad: Ashton, Hunter, Sarsfield, Haydock, E.Slater, E.Parkinson, Roe, Boswell, C.Parkinson, Hendry, Tulloch.

Player(s) of the Match: Emily Slater

League position: 4th


St Joseph's Girls Ladies 1-1 Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Reserves

The Reserves travelled away to face St Joseph's Girls at the weekend, with both sides coming from Accrington Academy with a point after the 1-1 draw. It was a battle from the start, with the Wrens Ladies having to dig deep to earn their share of the points in the clash. Lydia Wright was Town’s goalscorer on the day in the well-contested showing.

Town XI: C.O’Neill, McNally, Spencer, Richmond, Frankle, Yates, Wilcock, O’Brien, Aitken, Stritch, Allan, J.O’Neill, Daniel, Wright.

Player(s) of the match: Louise Stritch

League position: 4th

Development Squad

Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Development Squad 0-1 GT7 Academy

It was a tough afternoon for this young Wrens Ladies side as they were unlucky not to take a point from their league clash against GT7 at Brews Park on Sunday afternoon. The Ladies came close multiple times and, even though Sophie Hague was named Player of the Match, they couldn’t salvage a point at home.

Player(s) of the match: Sophie Hague

League position: 4th

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