Part two of Sent Her Forward’s preview of women’s football’s big day out in Crawley
Faye Rabson (left) has been a regular scorer for Wasps over the years but now shares the goals with the likes of Sian Heather (Photo: Ben Davidson)
When Crawley Wasps entered this season’s Women’s FA Cup competition, thoughts were on a little run that would perhaps get their name more widely known as they continued their remarkable journey towards the big time. Continue reading
Crawley Wasps beat Coventry United, leaders of the division above, to secure their fourth-round spot (Photo: Ben Davidson)
Women’s football in Sussex is set for another bumper FA Cup weekend after Super League Brighton and giant-killers Crawley Wasps landed home fourth-round ties against the mighty Arsenal and Manchester United.
And with Brighton playing their home games at Crawley Town this season, two of the biggest names in English football will be parading their skills within four miles of each other in four weeks’ time. Continue reading
Beth Roe’s outstanding progress with Brighton saw her rub shoulders with the country’s elite and not look out of place (Photo: Geoff Penn/BHA)
The match reports might have come to a halt and the news features become few and far between, but there’s always time for a Sent Her Forward award or two.
And for this website’s fifth season – during which I have seen slightly fewer matches and reported on only two-thirds of them – it’s a slightly streamlined honours board. Continue reading
Brighton won the Premier League Southern in 2016 and will be in WSL 1 next season (Photo: Clive Jones)
The race is on to see who can buy the best team in women’s football.
If the creation of the Super League was a turning point in the game in England, the current upheaval represents a crucial, perhaps defining, watershed. Continue reading
Round-up of today’s Premier League action
The gulf between the ambitious Premier League sides still craving a Super League future and the rest was illustrated emphatically in today’s crazy scores in the league’s Southern division. Continue reading
Youth team results are back little more than a week after they were banned from Full-Time
The Sussex County League has reversed its decision to ban the publication of youth-team results on the official FA website after a wave of protests from club officials and players. Continue reading
The sight that greeted fans of girls’ football in Sussex on Sunday
The Sussex County Women and Girls League has stunned players and officials by banning publication of youth team results on Full Time, its official internet outlet. Continue reading