Filton College, Bristol Academy Women’s Football Club and the FAWSL invite you to the Filton College Prize Day event and the Live Screening of the Women’s World Cup Round 2 England Match on Friday 1st July 2011.

The prize day event, hosted by former student Justin Lee Collins, will commence at 1pm (guests are asked to arrive for 12.30pm) and will include a spectacular of music, dance and recognition of our outstanding students.

In partnership with the FAWSL, all guests are invited to join us after the Prize Day from 3.30pm for a fun-fair party, barbeque and a live stage show from our host Justin Lee Collins with the event culminating in a screening of the Woman’s World Cup Match between England and New Zealand which kicks-off at 5.15pm.

The event is a superb opportunity for guests to see the amazing relationship between Filton College and the college-based Bristol Academy Women’s Football Club who are one of the eight teams within the new FA Women’s Super League.

The event will be held at the Filton College WISE Campus, Stoke, Gifford, Bristol.

To confirm your attendance at the event, please RSVP to Sara-Jane Watkins, Vice Principal Filton College and Commercial Director BAWFC.


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  1. gromit 9 years ago

    @Ken – I think that your – good and interesting – remarks about USNT versatility is mainly valid ground for its matches against Japan. I never saw USA playing differently as its usual style against other teams : direct play, attacking and physical impact. That’s how they played last night against Germany. They even played more physically than the Germans (who did it too) and there were several injuries on both sides (Rapinoe, Bresonik, Kulig…).

    Germany relied on its speed and strength yes, but not only. As I said, there is also a lot of technique and one-touch pass playing with high technicians like Marozsan, Bresonik and Kulig.

    @Deborah – I agree, USA didn’t play on the sides and neither Mitts, O’Hara or Le Peilbet in second time brought anything…

    Wambach… Well, I said before that for me she should be retired from NT. Of course, she still scores goals but she is really unable to run anymore. That was already the case at the Olympics. Yesterday she should have been booked at least twice when demolishing her opponent (and pretending the she is teh victim by lying on the ground…).

    Agree to with US defense. Rampone was ok as usual and Solo was decisive once (two times, she was saved by Germans’ incredible clumsiness).

    Rodriguez was not very good, right but Le Roux was not better, was she ? Even if I think that the latter can belong to the future of USA.

    I can’t remember a yellow card but I wouldn’t have been shocked with two or three…

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