Saturday Fixtures 15th September

 

 

AFF Women’s Championship 2012

Philippines 2 – 4 Vietnam (10:00)

Singapore 0 – 11 Myanmar (12:30)

 

UEFA U-17 Women’s Championship

Italy 4 – 1 England (19:30)

Israel 1 – 4 Northern Ireland (19:30) 

UEFA Euro 2013 Women’s Championship

 

Norway 3 – 2 Belgium (13:30)

Estonia 0 – 5 Finland (14:00)

Kazakhstan 0 – 7 Germany (14:00)

Macedonia FYR 0 – 6 Russia (14:30)

Belarus 0 – 5 Ukraine (16:00)

Bosnia-Herzegovina 1 – 1 Greece (16:00)

Turkey 1 – 3 Switzerland (16:00)

Austria 3 – 1 Denmark (17:30)

Iceland 2 – 0 Northern Ireland (17:15)

Wales 1 – 2 Scotland (18:00)

Slovenia 1 – 0 Croatia (19:00)

France 4 – 0 Republic Of Ireland (19:50)

Japan’s Nadeshiko League

Fukuoka J. Anclas 0 – 3 NTV Beleza (05:00)

Takatsuki 0 – 6 INAC Leonessa (06:30)

Women’s International Friendly

 

     

Sweden 2 – 1 Netherlands (14:00)

 

Sunday Fixtures 16th September

 

 

 

England – Premier League Women

Charlton Athletic 2 – 3 Leeds United (14:00)

Portsmouth 0 – 1 Coventry City (14:00)

Sunderland 2 – 1 Aston Villa (14:00)

 

England – Premier Northern Division 

Blackburn Rovers 2 – 3 Nottingham Forest (14:00)

Derby County 1 – 2 Wolverhampton (14:00)

Newcastle United 5 – 2 Leicester City (14:00)

Sheffield FC 2 – 0 Preston North End (14:00)

 

England – Premier Southern Division 

 

Gillingham 0 – 2 Millwall Lionesses (14:00)

Lewes 0 – 0 Brighton & Hove Albion (14:00)

Queens Park Rangers 1 – 0 Yeovil Town LFC (14:00)

Tottenham Hotspur 1 – 1 Colchester United (14:00)

 

AFF Women’s Championship 2012

 

Myanmar V Vietnam (10:00)

Malaysia 2 – 3 Laos (12:30)

 

UEFA Euro 2013 Women’s Championship

 

Italy 1 – 0 Poland (14:00)

 

Japan’s Nadeshiko League

 

Iga Kunoichi 2 – 2 Albirex Niigata (05:00)

JEF United 1 – 4 Yunogo Belle (05:00)

Urawa Reds 2 – 1 Elfen Sayama (07:00)

Women’s International Friendly

 

     

USA 2 – 1 Australia (20:30)

 

SAFF Women’s Championship Final 2012

Indian 3 – 1 Nepal (07:30)

 

4 Comments
  1. Author
    Asa 7 years ago

    @Beverley glad she is doing well and the team are playing well and winning

  2. Author
    Asa 8 years ago

    Thank you @Gromit

  3. Author
    Asa 8 years ago

    Thank you @Ken

  4. gromit 8 years ago

    Two days after having win 4-1 against Scotland in the first of two friendly matches between those two nations, U-19 France did it again. This time the score was 3-0.

    First half was tight and a bit physical (one injured on each side). In second half, Les Bleuettes played a better football and the young Scots gave in.

    FRANCE – SCOTLAND : 3-0 (1-0)
    Saint-Avold (Stade du Centre)
    Attendance : 900
    Referees : Emilie Mougeot (FRA) assistée de Nabila Zaouak (FRA) et Aurore Vanstaevel (FRA). 4e arbitre : Frédérique Neusch (FRA)
    Goals : Lydia BELKACEMI 35′, 69′, Aude FAYS 61′

    Lydia Belkacemi plays for Le Mans and Aude Fays for PSG.

    FRANCE : Solène DURAND ; Charlène GORCE, Charlotte SAINT-SANS LEVACHER, Charlotte LORGERE (cap.), Marina KERRACHE ; Sophie VAYSSE (Chloé FROMENT 74′), Lydia BELKACEMI ; Aude FAYS (Johana GEAIRAIN 66′), Laurie CANCE (Meryll WENGER 46′), Juliette LOUMAGNE (Faustine ROBERT 41′) ; Clarisse LE BIHAN. Entr.: Gilles EYQUEM
    Non utilisées : Déborah GARCIA, Marine DAFEUR, Claire LAVOGEZ, Aurélie GAGNET, Charlotte LANDRIEUX, Perrine TENTELIER, Gwenaëlle DEVLEESSCHAUWER
    ECOSSE : Hannah REID ; Chloe ARTHUR, Siobhan HUNTER (cap.), Kelly CLARK, Stephanie KNOX ; Abbi GRANT (Natasha Mc MAHON 69′), Kathryn HILL (Ashley FISH 41′), Caroline WEIR, Kirsty SMITH ; Heather RICHARDS, Shelby KEARNEY (Stephanie BRIGGS 83′). Entr.: Shelley KERR
    Non utilisées : Megan CUNNINGHAM, Cara McBREARTY, Kirstin McGUIRE, Ainsley DOUGLAS, Leigh NICOL]i

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