PASSION 6

(All Matches are in British UK Time, All Kick-Off’s at 14:00 Unless Stated)

 

Saturday Fixtures 5th April

  

FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualification

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England 9 – 0 Montenegro

Russia 4 – 1 Slovenia

Bulgaria 1 – 6 Austria

Hungary 0 – 4 Finland

Italy 0 – 0 Spain

Republic of Ireland 2 – 3 Germany

Switzerland 11 – 0 Malta

Albania 0 – 6 Belgium

Greece 0 – 6 Netherlands

Scotland 0 – 2 Poland

Israel 0 – 1 Iceland

Faroe Islands 1 – 1 Bosnia-Herzegovina

Northern Ireland 0 – 4 Sweden

France 7 – 0 Kazakhstan

 

UEFA Women’s U19 Championship

UEFA U-19 Championship

England 1 – 0 Denmark

Belgium 3 – 1 Ukraine

Switzerland 5 – 0 Belarus

Scotland 5 – 1 Iceland

Russia 0 – 0 Croatia

France 5 – 1 Romania

Germany 4 – 1 Czech Republic

Austria 0 – 1 Republic of Ireland

Finland 4 – 0 Serbia

Spain 2 – 0 Portugal

Sweden 2 – 1 Poland

Netherlands 2 – 0 Turkey

 

 

 

Japan’s Nadeshiko League

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JEF United 4 – 2 Yunogo Belle

Vegalta Sendai 1 – 0 INAC Kobe Leonessa

Albirex Niigata 0 – 0 NTV Beleza

 

 

 

FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup Final

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Japan 2 – 0 Spain

 

 

 

Sunday Fixtures 6th April

 

 

 

 

FA Women’s Northern Premier League

FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE

Bradford City 1 – 3 Preston North End

Sheffield FC 3 – 0 Wolverhampton

Nottingham Forest 1 – 2 Stoke City LFC

Sporting Club Albion 1 – 1 Blackburn Rovers

 
FA Women’s Southern Premier League

FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE

Cardiff City LFC 1 – 2 Coventry City

Gillingham 3 – 1 Charlton Athletic

Tottenham Hotspur 3 – 1 West Ham United

Chesham United LFC 1 – 2 Brighton & Hove Albion

Keynsham Town 1 – 2 Portsmouth

 

 

Japan’s Nadeshiko League

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Elfen Sayama 4 – 1 FC Kibi University

Iga Kunoichi 0 – 3 Urawa Reds

 

 

International Women’s Friendly

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USA V China PR (22:00)

Australia 0 – 1 Brazil

 

 

6 Comments
  1. Ken Suzuki 6 years ago

    Nadeshiko League April 6.

    [Week 2]
    AS Elfen Saitama 4 – 1 Kibi Univ.
    Saitama: 40’ & 53’ Kanako Ito, 64’ Eriko Arakawa, 90+3’ Takako Sugiyama
    Kibi: 75’ Marin Hamamoto
    Attendance: 1,076
    Shots: Saitama 19 – 9 Kibi
    Corners: Saitama 8 – 0 Kibi

    Iga Kunoichi 0 – 3 Urawa Reds
    Urawa: 42’ Chinatsu Kira, 68’ Hikaru Naomoto, 74’ Shiho Kohata
    Attendance: 675
    Shots: Iga 4 – 7 Urawa
    Corners: Iga 3 – 6 Urawa

    I went to this game today. The match was more one-sided than visible in scores and stats. Iga hardly went offensive. They just tried to guard their goal, and it worked to some extent as it is seen in Urawa’s small number of shots. But, then, Urawa scored 2 goals (Kira and Kohata) out of corners. Iga also had to stop Naomoto by foul which resulted in her score by PK. Urawa now stands at top of the league after 2 matches, both away!

    I have just realized we can no longer post an image here. (Or can we?) So I do by texts.

    Rank: team | points | games | wins | draws | losses | GF | GA | + /−
    #1: Urawa | 6 | 2 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 6 | 2 | +4
    #2: Sendai | 6 | 2 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 2 | 0 | +2
    #3: NTV | 4 | 2 | 1 | 1 | 0 | 5 | 1 | +4
    #4: Niigata | 4 | 2 | 1 | 1 | 0 | 3 | 0 | +3
    #5: Chiba | 3 | 2 | 1 | 0 | 1 | 4 | 3 | +1
    #6: Saitama | 3 | 2 | 1 | 0 | 1 | 5 | 6 | −1
    #7: Yunogo | 3 | 2 | 1 | 0 | 1 | 4 | 5 | −1
    #8: Kobe | 0 | 2 | 0 | 2 | 2 | 4 | −2
    #9: Kibi | 0 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 2 | 6 | −4
    #10: Iga | 0 | 2 | 0 | 0 | 2 | 0 | 6 | −6

    • WSU 6 years ago

      At the moment on the comment wall you can not – But this is something we will try and add in the near future.

      If you want to create an article, you can add images there for the time being.

      Hope you enjoyed the match today, thank you again for the updates. Urawa looking great sitting at the top of the table 🙂

  2. Ken Suzuki 6 years ago

    Nadeshiko League April 5

    [Week 2]
    JEF Chiba 4 – 2 Yunogo Belle
    Chiba: 3’ & 24’ & 34’ Yuika Sugasawa, 20’ Naoko Sakuramoto
    Yunogo: 83’ Manami Nakano, 87’ Miki Matsuoka
    Attendance: 734
    Shots: Chiba 14 – 18 Yunogo
    Corners: Chiba 3 – 3 Yunogo

    Albirex Niigata 0 – 0 NTV Beleza
    Attendance: 856
    Shots: Niigata 9 – 9 NTV
    Corners: Niigata 0 – 8 NTV

    Vegalta Sendai 1 – 0 INAC Kobe
    Sendai: 88’ Hitomi Ono
    Attendance: 2,464
    Shots: Sendai 15 – 7 Kobe
    Corners: Sendai 4 – 7 Kobe

    Obviously Sendai studied the Kobe’s last game and never left Takase alone even if it meant leaving the younger players—Kyokawa, Yoko, Masuya and Ito—unmarked. It’s the safest tactics. Kobe made only 7 shots (less than half of Sendai’s) and none of them was really threatening. It almost looks as if the Kobe’s players became so used to seeing goals are made by Bev, Naho and Soyun that they forget how to make their own effort. There is no doubt other teams will copy the same plan and Kobe’s scoring capability is greatly reduced unless the young players make personal breakthrough and assume the Bev’s role. Of course, Naho and Bev will be back for the season’s second stage. The question is if Kobe is in the upper group then. INAC is in trouble.

    • WSU 6 years ago

      Thank you for all the results and the summary of the Sendai-Kobe match. It sounds like INAC need to change tactics and soon, if the rest of the league have already worked out how to stop them playing. Do you think the young players in the side are capable to take on Bev’s role? The longer INAC go without a win the worse it will be for the team, the players may start to lose confidence.

      • Ken Suzuki 6 years ago

        They should be able to do something if not as Bev does. Give Takase more support at the front line. Actually, Kyokawa was brilliant at La Manga playing like Takase of INAC.

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      Asa 6 years ago

      Thank you Ken for the updates

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