Brentford Ladies travelled away to Hemel Hempstead today in the GLWFC Premier League.
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Brentford kicked off exactly the way the manager could have hoped for, hungry, animated, first to every ball.
Hello Everyone! Lots to catch up on in this blog; three matches, training gossip and get girls into football week. Let’s quickly recap over the last two weeks. On the 27th of September we hosted Northwood at Lampton School. Line up: Becky Collins, Sophie Lee, Amanda Osborne, Priscilla Camuimba! Amber Langston-Lloyd, Mollie Homles, Alia Haggag, Lisa Grant, Hodo Mohammed, Aisha Lutumba, Naomi Totten Subs: Sophie Troth, Geraldine Burgess, Sasha Treadaway, Dana Johnson, Shayni Marriner. A great start
It was ‘Get Girls into Football Week’ and Brentford Ladies had the idea that they would have some mascots for Sunday’s game. The girls that attended warmed up with the team, had lots of photos taken and had a penalty shoot out at half time! Why don’t you give your girls a treat by bringing them to football on Saturday?
Brentford were in high spirits going into the game, they had a good weeks training with a special guest Darius Charles from Burton FC coming down to give them a training session.
Brentford made the trip to Tottenham’s pitch with the incentive of knowing a win would move them level on points with Spurs. An early kick off showed in Brentford’s build up play, sluggish, passive and took far too long to impose themselves on the game. Nevertheless after a barrage of pressure, Brentford found their way and created a number of great chances which should have punished Tottenham. Unfortunately seeing chances missed by Lisa GRANT from 10 yards out and
Brentford were asked to bounce back after a dismal showing last week. They started fast, were in the faces of Northwood from the word go.
Hello All, This week I am going to introduce you to all the players in the team but not by the most traditional way, I asked the ladies for help.
On Sunday the Brentford ladies travelled just over Putney Bridge to play against Regents Park Rangers for a league game.
After a tough week of games, Brentford knew it was time for a change in fortunes. Unfortunately their next game was against Colne Valley, a team in good form with 2 wins from 2 games.