With Women's Football Weekend just around the corner, the women's team coaches preview upcoming matches.
Top of the table clash this Saturday!
Saturday sees the Wycombe Wanderers U18’s Women travel to Abingdon for an eagerly anticipated top of the table clash. Both teams have started the season strongly and the Chairgirls will be working hard on their preparation for the game during the week.
Many players in both teams were involved in an enthralling Berks & Bucks semi-final cup tie three years ago which had end-to-end action and was decided on penalties. We are hoping to see the same level of excitement in Saturdays match with Wycombe aiming high for all three points to take them to the top of the table.
Abingdon Town (A), Saturday 13th November, 10.30 kick off.
Venue: Barrow Close, Marcham, OX13 6TY.
The Reserves make the trip to Eversley and California Reserves in the Bucks and Berks Cup on Sunday.
Eversley are somewhat of an unknown quantity for the Chairgirls side but play in Division 3S - the same division but different area - meaning it should be a quite evenly matched game.
The girls will go into it high in confidence after an 8-0 win at the weekend which saw them secure their position at the top end of the Thames Valley Counties Women's Football League table.
Eversley & California (A), Sunday 14th November, 2pm kick off.
Venue: Eversley and California FC, Fox Lane, Eversley, Hampshire, RG27 0NS
Wycombe make the trip along the M40 to visit Oxford City who are also struggling at the wrong end of the table. The two sides met back in September and fought out a 4-4 draw - Oxford scoring with virtually the last kick of the game. It was an end-to-end affair that, for the neutral, was very entertaining. Wycombe will be looking to secure their first league win of the campaign this weekend with most of the first team squad available for selection. Hopefully the game will be as equally entertaining as the previous one, as everyone involved from both clubs celebrate Women’s Football Weekend and will want to put on a good show for all spectators.
There will, of course, be a minute’s silence to remember all of those who lost their lives in wars and other military conflicts since the onset of the First World War.
We ask you join us on what will hopefully be a fantastic afternoon of football.
Oxford City (A), Sunday 14th November, 3pm kick off.
Venue: Oxford City FC, OX3 0NQ.