Category Archives: Brentford WFC

Brentford Women 2016/17 – New Season, New Start, New Team!

BWFC Selfie

Brentford have had a brilliant preseason. With two teams to work with the Brentford Women squad grew and grew over the summer. We played friendlies against; Wargrave, Denham, QPR and Old Kingsontian. We won all four games with the biggest final score of Brentford 6, Kingstonian 0.   Brentford Women are entering the Greater London Womens League  1st division and Brentford Women Development are entering the Greater London Womens League 3rd division South. With a big squad and two teams

AFC Wimbledon 7 Brentford WFC 1

Brentford WFC vs Northwood 27-09-15

Match Report to Follow Line Ups: AFC Wimbledon: Emily BERNARD, Hayley CLARK, Jess DRAGE, Allana FRANCIS-ASHMEIL, Georgia HEASMAN, Sarah KILLIK-BIRD, Ashleigh McGUIGAN, Georgia RIDGEWAY, Megan SMITH, Bernice TULLY, Jodie WELLER (Captain). Substitutes: Mary LOONSTRA, Diana POVEDA, Emma MARLOW (unused) Goal Scorers: Allana FRANCIS-ASHMEIL x2, Georgia HEASMAN, Megan SMITH x2, Jodie WELLER, Mary LOONSTRA. Player of the Match: Bernice TULLY Brentford WFC: Rebecca COLLINS, Lucy GIBSON, Lisa GRANT (Captain), Alia HAGGAG, Neethu HARIDAS, Mollie HOLMES, Amber LANGSTON-LLOYD, Sophie LEE, Hado MOHAMED,

Brentford WFC 0 Queens Park Rangers 4 (GLWFL Premier)

Full Match report to follow Line Ups Brentford WFC: Rebecca COLLINS, Lisa GRANT, Alia HAGGAG, Natasha HAMMOND, Neethu HARIDAS, Mollie HOLMES, Amber LANGSTON-LLOYD, Sophie LEE, Hado MOHAMED, Amanda OSBORNE nee Smith, Sasha TREDAWAY. Substitutes: Sonyia JONES, Sophie TROTH Queens Park Rangers: Georgia ALLEN, Mary-Jane CARROLL, Frances COTTER, Rebecca FISHER, Laura HENNESSY, Emily HILL, Kianni O’GARRO, Jessica PAINTER, Sydney RICHARDS, Chloe SAMPSON, Harriet WHITAKER Substitutes: Lillian ATKINS, Alice CATO, Ella HUNKIN, Hannah KYSELA, Erin Pope (unused) Goals Scorers: Emily HILL (13

Northwood 4 Brentford WFC 3(GLWFL Premier)

Brentford WFC vs Northwood 27-09-15

Full match report to follow: Line Ups Northwood WFC: Holly GILDER, Jo HORWOOD, Leanne JONES, Vicki LIEBERMAN, Emma MARSHALL, Aby NORMAN, Helen OLIVER (Captain), Emily STATHAM, Emma STEELE, Cesca TULLY, Frankie WEBSTER. Substitutes: Isabel STAINSBY, Yvonne MACALONAN (Unused) Clare PEMBERTON (Unused ) Jeanette ROBERTS (Unused) Goal Scorers: Emma MARSHALL, Aby NORMAN, Emma STEELE x2 BRENTFORD WFC: Rebecca COLLINS, Sara EZZAHIRI, Lisa GRANT (Captain), Alia HAGGAG, Mollie HOLMES, Amber LANGSTON-LLOYD, Sophie LEE, Hado MOHAMED, Amanda OSBORNE (nee Smith) Sasha TREDAWAY, Sophie

Brentford Ladies 4 Regents Park Rangers 3

Brentford WFC vs Northwood 27-09-15

Brentford started the game knowing that a win today would see them move off the bottom of the table. If there was any more incentive to win.   It was the fact that Brentford had lost 2-5 to them earlier in the season in a bad tempered game.   The game got underway with both sides trying to find their feet, the away side having the better of chances early on but never really testing the goalkeeper.   Brentford had

Brentford 0 AFC Pheonix 2 (Capital Women’s Intermediate Cup.)

Brentford WFC vs Northwood 27-09-15

Brentford faced AFC Phoniex in the Capital Women’s Intermediate Cup. We participated in a one minutes silence in memory of Dave Harding (Caroline Brooks) father, Remembrance Sunday, for Paris and the rest of the world. After a 2 week wait to play again following bad weather conditions Brentford took on AFC Phoenix. Last time the 2 teams met, the score finished 4-1 in favour of Phoenix. Brentford started very bright making sure Phoenix didn’t have a chance to settle. The

Cup woe in a Pentaly Shoot Out

Brentford WFC vs Northwood 27-09-15

Brentford Ladies travelled away to Hackney Marshes today. They faced Hackney Women in the John Greenacre Memorial Trophy. The team started well, pressed as a team, played some fluent football at times and got their reward early on when a free kick was controlled well by Alia Haggag inside the box where she slotted home to make it 0-1. Unfortunately Brentford then took their foot off the pedal and allowed Hackney to get a foothold in the game. 10 minutes

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