Brighton & Hove Albion’s elite women’s and girls’ football manager, Tracy Doe, was on hand to give us an update on the women's programme at the club, from the centre of excellence to the development squad.
ALBION’S DEVELOPMENT SQUAD remain top of the Premier League (Reserves) Southern Division table and most recently beat rivals Crystal Palace 3-1 on Sunday at the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre. Goals from Kim Stenning, Bethany Norman and Hayley Bridge secured the win for Albion, while Okasia Brown scored a consolation for the Eagles.
HOLLIE OLDING and NATALIE TAYLOR are off to a two-day England under-17s training camp in St George’s Park this weekend.
HANNAH GARDENER will head to a two-day England under-16s camp on Friday. The goalkeeper will link up with the rest John Griffiths’s squad for two days of training at St George’s Park.
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ALBION’S CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE under-15 and under-17 teams will be playing against the respective Worthing Town boys’ teams on Friday night at the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre. The under-11s and under-13s are also in action against boys’ teams from Petersfield and the All-Star Cosmos on Sunday afternoon.
ALBION’S ACADEMY TEAM, in conjunction with Worthing College, beat the John Madejski Academy 4-2 in the National Cup on Wednesday. The result is viewed as a big scalp, as the side are linked with Women’s Super League One (WSL 1) side Reading.
ALBION WOMEN’S next home match is against Oxford United in the SSE FA Women’s Cup third round at Culver Road on Sunday 7th February, kick-off 2pm. The match takes place at the Sussex County FA Headquarters at Culver Road, BN15 9AX. Admission is priced at £3 for adults and £1 for Albion season-tickets holders and under-16s.
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