Familiar Faces – Former BUCS Graduate Faces Notts

Returning home following four years in Nottingham studying for a degree in Pharmacy (MPharm, Master of Pharmacy with Honours) at University of Nottingham, 22-year-old Jenny Ashton, born in the pit mining villages of County Durham, this summer became the fifteenth signing at FA Women’s National League Division One North side, Chester-le-Street Town. This weekend though,…

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Forest End Pre-Season With Blades Win

Three wins and a draw from five, pre-season outings, a new Head Coach, and several new players, just about has Nottingham Forest Women ready for Sunday’s FA Women’s National League Premier North opener, at home to Stourbridge. Sunday’s come-from-behind victory, away to Barclays Women’s Championship outfit, Sheffield United, saw the Reds unbeaten in their last…

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Nobody has written more words over the last three years than our Senior Correspondent Peter Mann. What started with an article on golf, about Oakmere Park near Oxton, hosting the PGA Assistant’s Championship in 2020, continued into football, women’s football in particular, which Peter is a huge advocate of, the non-league game where he’s interviewed…

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Earps Continues To Inspire

Another international match, another win and clean sheet, and another trophy in the bag for Nottingham-born Lioness, Mary Earps, following England’s penalty shoot-out success, on Thursday night, in the Finalissima, against Brazil. Earps, who was born in our fair, old county, and began her career with West Bridgford Colts, and had an early spell with…

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Stags To Face Magpies In County Cup

The 2023 Nottinghamshire FA Women’s County Cup final will be contested between two sides from the East Midlands Women’s Regional Football League Premier Division, Mansfield Town, and Notts County. Andi Bell’s Mansfield side saw off the tough challenge of FA Women’s National League Midlands Reserves Division leaders, Nottingham Forest Reserves, 5-3 on penalties, following a…

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Eagles Land Final Slot

Neil Matthews’ Arnold Eagles, bottom of the East Midlands Women’s Regional Football League Premier Division, will contest this season’s League Cup final, with high-flying Lincoln United, after the Eagles avenged their previous weeks’ loss, to see off Oughtibridge War Memorial, 4-3. Another Nottinghamshire club, Daniel Corlett’s Nottingham Trent University, of the EMWRFL Division One Central,…

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