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WOMENS FOOTBALL results September 17

FAWNL Southern Premier

Billericay Town 3-3 Cardiff CIty LFC 
Cheltenham Town 4-3 MK Dons @ Bishops Cleeve FC 
Ipswich Town 5-0 London Bees 
Oxford Utd 5-0 Plymouth Argyle @ Oxford City FC
Rugby Borough 1-3 Hashtag Utd
Chatham Town 0-8 Portsmouth

FAWNL One South West 
AFC Bournemouth 4-1 Maidenhead Utd @ Ringwood Town
Bridgwater Utd 1-2 Abingdon Utd
Moneyfields (Portsmouth) 6-1 Portishead Town
Selsey P-P Exeter City WFC
Swindon Town 6-2 Southampton Women @ Swindon Town FC
Torquay Utd 1-2 Keynsham Town @ Devon FA, Newton Abbot


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HARTPURY RFC starting XV versus Notingham tonight

Hartpury have named their team to face Nottingham at The Bay in the second round of the Premiership Rugby Cup tonight (1945 KO).

Starting 15 Alex Morgan, 14. Matt Ward, 13. Robbie Smith, 12. Harry Tarling, 11. Brad Denty, 10. Harry Bazalgette, 9. Oscar Lennon; 1. Aristot Solaman, 2. Will Crane (c), 3. Joe Rees, 4. Cameron Cobbett, 5. Jack Davies, 6. Sam Lewis, 7. Ellis Hart, 8. Jarrard Hayler


KORFBALL on twitter - a SWSN regional guide

Bristol Thunder korfball Korfball is an eight-a-side mixed gender sport with elements of basketball, netball and handball which originates from the Netherlands.

Played by teams of four females and four males, korfball is a fast growing team sport which has captured the imagination of our region.


CHAMPIONSHIP Plymouth Argyle 1 Southampton 2

Southampton striker Che Adams scored a stoppage time winner as Saints won in the sun at Plymouth.

Everton target Adams chested the ball down and volleyed in from close range after Argyle keeper Conor Hazard had palmed out Adam Armstrong’s goal-bound header from a 94th minute corner.


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