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
Saltdean United 5 (Sands 3, 29, 55, 56, 82)
The early signs suggest the standard in the Sussex County League this season is going to be pretty high.
With almost double the number of sides compared with last year – including some exciting new teams – competition is set to be fierce at the upper end of the Women’s Division. Continue reading
Chichester City 0
Watford 2 (Nuttall 41; Cudone 67)
Two teams who, a few months ago were two divisions apart, continued their pre-season journeys in a no-holds-barred clash at Oaklands Park that should leave both managers satisfied with how preparations are progressing. Continue reading
Crawley Wasps 1 (Rabson 2)
Portsmouth 5 (R Tonks 32; Albuery 38; Bell 56; Panting 60; Stephens 63)
Portsmouth’s agonisingly long period of transition following the break-up of their championship-winning side might finally be almost at an end. Continue reading
Sent Her Forward exclusive
Newly promoted Chichester City have lost the manager who led them to the Premier League just a month before their historic first season in the top division begins.
Liam Greenfield, who oversaw just two league defeats in his two seasons in charge, has quit the club for “personal and business reasons”. Continue reading
Ever since Lewes declared to the world that they were going to be “the first professional or semi-professional club to pay its women’s team the same as its men’s team” they have been caught up in a whirlwind of publicity and acclaim.
That publicity machine has been a little slow in delivering some answers to important questions posed by Sent Her Forward.
But with a little help from one of the club’s owners – and an e-mail with answers of sorts from the company handling their media requests – here is Sent Her Forward‘s take on a historic week in the life of Lewes Community Football Club. Continue reading
Sent Her Forward’s end-of-season awards conclude with those long-awaited dream teams – and there’s a twist this year.
Welcome to the third and final part of this year’s honours – surely the most comprehensive in women’s football. Continue reading