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WOMEN: Northern Ireland 0 Wales 2

Jarmo Matikainen: photo linked from FOR THE WOMEN.
RESULT: Northern Ireland 0 Wales 2.

Helen Lander with both goals for Wales.

Jarmo Matikainen, has named his squad for the friendly international with Northern Ireland.

Match to be played at the Oval, Belfast, on Tuesday 23rd August 2011, the friendly is in preparation for the first of the UEFA Women's Championship games against the Republic of Ireland in September. The squad is boosted by the return of captain Jayne Ludlow after a long injury lay-off.

Wales squad:
Nicola Davies - Liverpool
Rhian Nokes - Cardiff City Ladies
Kylie Davies - Chelsea
Sophie Ingle - Cardiff City Ladies
Emma Jones - Liverpool
Nia Jones - Cardiff City Ladies
Sally Wade - Barnet
Helen Bleazard - Bristol Academy
Katie Daley - Bristol Academy
Loren Dykes - Bristol Academy
Cheryl Foster - Liverpool
Michelle Green - Bristol Academy
Jayne Ludlow - Arsenal
Jessica Fishlock - Bristol Academy
Natasha Harding - Cardiff City Ladies
Gwennan Harries - Everton
Helen Lander - Chelsea
Amie Lea - Cardiff City Ladies

Stand by players:
Gemma Border - Swansea City Ladies
Sophie Dando - Cardiff City Ladies
Hayley Ladd - Arsenal
Kerrie Manley - Coventry City
Lauren Price - Cardiff City Ladies
Erin Vaughan - Aston Villa
Emma Plewa - Chelsea
Laura-May Walkley - Swansea City
Megan Wynne - Watford
Milly Durrant - Coventry City.
Josie Green - Watford.
Zoe Atkins - Cardiff City Ladies.

posted: Mon, 15 Aug, 2011 14:20 UK.







Wednesday 24th August 2011

WOMEN UNDER 19: Draw for U19s

Wales Under 19s Women: photo linked from NEWS
The Under 19s drew 0-0 against Belgium. Match was played at the GenQuip Stadium, Port Talbot, Tuesday 16th August 2011.

The teams meet again at 11am on Thursday morning, match to be played at the Sport Park in Treforest.

1. Yvette Churchill (Bristol Academy)
2. Sophie Davies (TNS)
3. Sophie Cole (Cardiff City Ladies)
4. Lauren Price (Cardiff City Ladies)
5. Danielle Oates (Blackburn Rovers)
6. Hayley Ladd (Arsenal)
7. Angharad James (Arsenal) - (14 45m)
8. Josie Green (Watford) - Capt.
9. Megan Wynne (Watford) - (17 72m)
10. Jordan Guard (Cardiff City) - (18 45m).
11. Rachel Hignett (Bristol Academy) - (15 74m)

12. Alice Evans (Cardiff City), 13. Alex George (Llanidloes), 14. Ellie Curson (Bristol Academy) ( 45m), 15. Emily Thomas (Tranmere Rovers) ( 74m), 16. Rebekah Hadley (Caerphilly Castle), 17. Amy Thrupp (PILCS) ( 72m), 18. Shanelle Edwards (Cardiff City) ( 45m).

posted: Wed, 17 Aug, 2011 07:00 UK.







Wednesday 17th August 2011

WOMEN: Matikainen to name Women's squad


Wales Women's Teams manager, Jarmo Matikainen, will hold a media conference  on Monday 15th August 2011 at 2.30pm.

He is set to name the senior women's squad for the friendly match with Northern Ireland in Belfast on the 23rd August 2011. He will also name the women's  Under 19  squad for the friendly matches that week with Belgium. (Tuesday at 6pm at the GenQuip Stadium, Port Talbot, Thursday at mid-day at University of Glamorgan, Treforest).

Also he will discuss the the UEFA Under 19 women's Finals Tournament to be held in Wales in August 2013, and the work that is involved with developing the squad of players over the next two years.

posted: Thu, 11 Aug, 2011 17:30 UK.







Thursday 11th August 2011

WOMEN: Wales v Luxembourg

Wales women: photo linked from 20th March 2011 at 6pm, Women's Friendly International. WALES v LUXEMBOURG, Marston Stadium, Afan Lido. Admission is free.

Women's squad: Rhian Nokes (Cardiff City), Sophie Dando (Cardiff City), Jasmin Dutton (Tranmere Rovers), Nia Jones (Cardiff City), Sally Wade (Barnet), Erin Vaughan (Aston Villa), Tija Richardson (Swansea City), Kerrie Manley (Nottingham Forest), Natalie Ashford (Swansea City), Milly Durrant (Coventry City), Ellen King (Caernarfon Town), Sophie Ingle (Cardiff City), Laura May Walkley (Swansea City), Gwennan Harries (Everton), Alisa Orlik (Caernarfon Town), Shan Jones (Mid-Tennessee State Univ), Sharla Passariello (South Florida Univ), Zoe Atkins (Cardiff City).


DOWNLOAD: Match poster -PDF FORMAT [419 KB]

updated: Mon, 11 April, 2011 13:21UK.


Monday 11th April 2011

WOMEN: Defeat for the under 19s vs Iceland

Wales v Germany : photo linked from 0 ICELAND 2
Wales suffered a surprise defeat in their 2010/2011 UEFA Women’s Under 19 championship qualifier against Iceland.

- more news from

updated: Sun, 3 April, 2011 17:10 UK.

The under 19 side battled to a great 1-1 draw with Germany at Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli in the opening UEFA Elite Round game.

The Germans took an early lead from a corner after eights minutes, defender Luisa Wensing rising at the far post to score from a bullet-header.

It could have been the signal for an all-out onslaught by the Germans, but instead, Jarmo Matikainen's young team fought for every ball and held the German attack at bay. Few chances came to either side for the rest of the opening 45 minutes, but Wales were beginning to grow in confidence as the half wore-on. Captain Nia Jones was very impressive in keeping the shape of the Wales defence under severe pressure.

In the second half, Wales came-out on a mission and denied Germany the time and space to build from midfield. The reward game with just ten minutes to go when captain Nia Jones scored the all-important goal for the girls in red.

It was the signal for an all-out attack from Germany but Wales held their ground and took the point from a famous 1-1 draw.

In the other game, Turkey beat Iceland 3-1 in the early kick off at Parc y Scarlets.

The next games are on Saturday at 3pm when Wales play Iceland at Stebonheath Park, Llanelli and Germany meet Turkey at Richmond Park, Carmarthen. Both games are free admission. - info from FAW.ORG.UK

Sunday 3rd April 2011

WOMEN: Algarve Cup 2011

Wales v Northern Ireland: photo linked from Propaganda-Photo.comWALES AT THE ALGARVE CUP
RESULT: China 2 Wales 1.

RESULT: Chile 1 Wales 2.

In other Group C game Portugal and Romania drew 0-0, Wales top the group and play China, on Wednesday.

RESULT: Romania 1 Wales 2.
RESULT: Portugal 3 Wales 1.

A 3-1 defeat 3-1 for the women against Portugal in their first match of the Algarve Cup.

The Wales squad has been named for the Algarve Cup Tournament in Portugal.

Rhian Nokes (Cardiff City), Gemma Border (Swansea City), Sally Wade (Barnet),Emma Jones (Bristol Academy), Nia Jones (Cardiff City), Kerrie Manley (Nottingham Forest), Jasmin Dutton (Tranmere Rovers), Sophie Ingle (Cardiff City), Kylie Davies (Chelsea), Katie Daley (Bristol Academy), Josie Green (Watford), Michelle Green (Bristol Academy), Loren Dykes (Bristol Academy), Sarah Adams (Swansea City), Laura-May Walkley (Swansea City), Gwennan Harries (Everton), Jessica Fishlock (Bristol Academy), Helen Lander (Chelsea), Emma Plewa (Chelsea), Cheryl Foster (Liverpool).

Fixtures: Portugal (2nd March), Romania (4th March), Chile (7th March), plus a final positional game on 9th March 2011.

updated: Fri, 25 February, 2011 17:16 UK.



 Wales lose to China

 Defeated by Portugal




Wednesday 9th March 2011

WOMEN: Wales v Bulgaria.

Wales take on Bulgaria on Wednesday 24th November. Match to be played at The Rock, Cefn Druids FC.

The match kicks off at 7.00pm. Admission is free.

RESULT: Wales 8 Bulgaria 1
updated: Mon, 22 Novembert, 2010 19:48 UK.



 Wales 8 Bulgaria 1





Thursday 25th November 2010

Women: Algarve Cup

Wales 2014 World CupWales at the Algarve Cup.

Thursday 14th March 2013

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