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Wrens Ladies

Wrens Ladies play in first game back at Gigg Lane in three years

26 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.

First-team

Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies 1-0 West Didsbury & Chorlton AFC

The Wrens Ladies continued their recent run of good form at the weekend as they came out on top against West Didsbury. The game was played in Stalmine, at the home of Wyre Villa who are in the West Lancashire League, and it was a great afternoon for those there. Sophie Slater scored the only goal of the game, which proved to be pivotal as they now go level on points with third in the table.

Player(s) of the Match: Ellie Parkinson and Izzy Hendry

League position: 4th

Reserves

Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Reserves 1-1 Burnley Belvedere Ladies

With the Reserves scoring for fun in recent weeks, they were held to a draw against Burnley Belvedere at home on Sunday, which is still a positive as they keep their unbeaten run alive. There was some terrific football on show throughout the game, with the play being end-to-end from the start. Carmel Daniel scored the goal for the Wrens Ladies that secured the crucial point.

Player(s) of the match: Ellie McNally and Ellie Duffy

League position: 3rd

Development Squad

Bury FC Foundation Womens 3-0 Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Development Squad

It was a tough, but memorable, afternoon for the Development Squad on Sunday as they played in what was the first game at Gigg Lane in over three years, but it wasn’t the result they would have hoped for. Even though they ended up losing the game 3-0, Bethanne Bullion was named Player of the Match after a decent performance.

Player(s) of the match: Bethanne Bullion

League position: 4th


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