FA Women’s Super League – Post International Catch-up Weekend

City march on with another convincing win; Birmingham are made to play home games at St George’s Park; Arsenal get a glut of second half goals at Villa; Everton secure just their second win in nine thanks to a Jill Scott header; Spurs lose third match in a row. Does anyone know what weekend of the Women’s Super League this is? It wasn’t scheduled in the initial fixture calendar, so we’re going with Week 15 and ¾. Play nice kids. It’s your WSL review…

Lionesses: Back in White

England v Northern Ireland: It’s been a while since we last got to see the Lionesses in something resembling a competitive fixture. England ran out comfortable 6-0 winners against a country ranked 43 places lower than them. Ellen White bagged a hat-trick, Jill Scott made her 150th international appearance and substitute Ella Toone converted a second half penalty on her senior debut with England barely moving out of third gear...

FA WSL: Captain’s Log – Supplementary (Week 15-ish)

Normal service resumed at Chelsea with a convincing win over faltering Arsenal; Brighton get back to back wins for the first time this season; City overhaul United to go second after Manchester derby victory ; West Ham now in a scrap with Bristol City who’s match with Tottenham was ruled out by the weather; second City derby also postponed. Let your love flow: here’s your midweek catch-up in the Women’s Super League…

FA Women’s Super League – Week 15 Review

This is why we love the beautiful game. Just when every WSL match was looking like a foregone conclusion the top two are beaten at home – by Brighton and Reading respectively. Manchester City are right back in the title race winning at Arsenal; Villa claw further away from trouble with victory over Spurs; Bristol City get a point at West Ham; Everton and Birmingham play out a draw. Later than billed, it’s week 15 of the Women’s Super League…

FA Women’s Super League – Week 14 Review

Chelsea remain top of the WSL; Manchester United beat Everton to stay second; City coming up on the rails after thrashing West Ham; Bristol City get first WSL win of the campaign against toothless Brighton; Rehanne Skinner’s first league defeat as Spurs boss. Plus… PLUS midweek action. Hold on to your bobble hats. It’s week 14 of the Women’s Super League…