Durham WFC 0 -0 Liverpool Ladies FC, Nov 2017

Durham Women held FA WSL 1 side Liverpool to a goalless draw in the Continental Tyres Cup on Sunday at New Ferens Park, Durham. WSL1 side Liverpool brought a team full of international experience to New Ferens Park and had more of the ball, but couldn’t create many clear-cut chances as Durham limited the Merseyside club to shots from long range. The visitors started brightly, […]

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Durham WFC 0 – 0 Sunderland AFC Ladies

Durham Women claimed a respectable point against local rivals Sunderland , although the Black Cats gained the bonus point in the Continental Cup. In a cagey encounter, the Wildcats had plenty of chances but were denied by a string of fine saves from their former stopper Rachael Laws. And after the game finished goalless, Laws was again the hero in the newly-introduced penalty shootout as her three […]

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Durham WFC 4 – 0 Watford Ladies

Durham Women bounced back to winning ways after a ruthless performance against Watford. The Golden Girls began brightly but were left to rue missed chances when Zoe Ness headed in a first-half opener. Abi Cottam, Beth Hepple and Kathryn Hill then found the net after the interval to secure three points for the Wildcats. Durham hadn’t lost a home league game since October of last […]

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Durham WFC 2 – 1 Spurs

Durham WFC 2 – 1 Spurs Durham Women enjoyed a positive start to the 2017/18 FA WSL season courtesy of a 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur. All three goals came in a frantic four minute spell at the end of the first half, with Beth Hepple hammering home from the edge of the area to open the scoring. But the visitors were quickly level with Bianca […]

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Durham WFC 2 – 1 Oxford United WFC,

Zoe Ness’ late winner saw the Wildcats retain their unbeaten start to the season with a win over Oxford United Women. Ness slotted home three minutes from time to seal victory after Durham were forced to come from behind after Ellie Noble’s goal at the start of the second half. Beth Hepple levelled things up shortly after, before Ness then netted the winner. Lee Sanders […]

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A cold end to the season for Durham WFC, but another great win.

Durham Women FC rounded off the season in perfect style wth a victory over Millwall Lionesses to achieve the Top 4 finish they predicted.

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Durham WFC 1 v 3 Everton Ladies

Beth Hepple’s stunning strike wasn’t enough for Durham as they were beaten by an impressive Everton side. The Toffees raced into an early lead through Gabby George and Claudia Walker before Hepple’s long-range effort reduced the deficit before the break. Despite a spirited second half display, the visitors wrapped up the victory late on as Lauren Davies found the back of the net.  

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Durham WFC 2 – 1 Oxford WFC

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