Worthing United 1 (E Chrimes 37)
Saltdean United 5 (Sands 28, 42, 71; Evans 39; Young 90+2)
Less than five months ago Charlotte Young was helping Brighton to their best result in the spring series of the Women’s Super League. Today she was parading her skills among the young (and not so young) hopefuls of the Sussex County League, light years away from where she has become used to playing her football. Continue reading
Hope Powell is aiming for the top tier of English women’s club football after a successful career as England manager (Photo: Sent Her Forward)
Brighton are targeting WSL 1 football next season before their maiden Super League campaign has really got going.
And it may not be their on-field performances that get them there. Continue reading
Title hopefuls Crawley Wasps were comfortable winners but league newcomers Parkwood never gave up
Crawley Wasps 6 (Rabson 4, 14, 18; Callaghan 45+2; Cole 61; Davies 71)
Parkwood Rangers 1 (Whiteman 89)
Abandoned after 90 minutes
Newly promoted Parkwood were made to feel the heat as Crawley Wasps gave them an inkling of the task ahead of them in the next tier of regional football at a baking Oakwood. Continue reading
Cbichester City join the Premier League elite where they will be competing against a Lewes side now paying their women the same as their men (Photos: Caroline Henry-Evans/James Boyes)
Love it or fear its consequences, the Super League has ignited a change in women’s domestic football, forcing standards among the genuine challengers in the Premier League to rise inexorably. Continue reading
Brighton won the Premier League Southern and then the play-off for national champions to reach the Super League (Photo: Clive Jones)
Brighton have ended their year-long hunt for a new first-team manager with the appointment of former England boss Hope Powell. Continue reading
Spurs clinched the FAWPL Southern title in one of the last matches ever at White Hart Lane (Photo: Katie Brazier)
Sent Her Forward is delighted to publish a list of winners and runners-up in the region’s top competitions.
Many congratulations to all those who were successful.
This page will continue to be updated throughout the season. If your club’s trophy is not mentioned, get in touch. Continue reading
Manager Riteesh Mishra wants Charlton to treat every remaining game this season as a cup final (Photo: Jordan Hampton)
Charlton Athletic 3 (Sullivan 20; Dixson 24; Graham 79)
Charlton Athletic limbered up for a month of cup finals with a straightforward victory over an enthusiastic and committed – but inexperienced – Portsmouth side who must be sick of the sight of them by now. Continue reading