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The following players  have been selected for the U18 Girls Representative Squad St Georges Park

Name School
Bells Wordsworth City of London Girls
Beth Barzotelli Kings College Taunton
Bryony Irvine Roedean School
Christina Binyon Tormead
Eleanor Franklinwood Alleyns
Ella Needham Loughborough High School
Eloise Eyre Bedes
Georgia Brown Oxford high School
Helen Kelly Loughborough High School
Ines Sargren ACS Cobham
Jenny Mathiesen Oakham
Lannece Hole Kings College Taunton
Mya Lewis-Powell Croydon High School
Renee Ojikutu Sevenoaks
Sophie Gillies Kings College Taunton
Ellen Jones Cathedral School



Wednesday 12th December
(St. George's Park)

The first half was a competitive and evenly matched performance, with the ISFA girls showing great discipline in their team shape. English Colleges took the lead half way through the first period, with a quick second to follow. Unfortunately an own goal from ISFA took the score to 3, but a great individual goal from Sophie Gillies reduced the deficit to 1-3.

English Colleges brought on a new side of 11 players in the second half and the ISFA girls did brilliantly to keep persevering right through the game. Some great finishes from English Colleges saw the game finish 6-1, but the ISFA team finished the last 10 minutes really strongly with opportunities to score one or two more.

This was a fine team performance from the ISFA, against very strong opponents, to complete a fantastic 2 days at SGP.

Tuesday 11th December
ISFA 18 4 TDK 4
(St. George's Park)

ISFA started the game extremely strongly leading the game 4-0 within 30 minutes with goals from Sophie gillies (2), Ella Needham and a 25 yard cracker from Mya Lewis-Powell. TGK managing to claim one back before the break going into halftime with the score 4-1.

TGK came out fighting in the second half and with a couple individual strikes managed to draw the score level with 10 minutes to play.  ISFA finished the game strongly and had chances to win the game, but were unfortunate not to take the game. 

Thursday 25th October
(Huntingdon Town FC) 

This was certainly a game of 2 halves!

With lots of players being asked to play in unfamiliar positions, some for the first time, the first half was a challenging learning environment for the ISFA girls.  Cambridge certainly dominated the half, capitalising on some of ISFA's errors and using the width much more effectively going into half with a commanding 3-0 lead.

However the second half was a totally different story. The ISFA girls played with a new found confidence and belief, producing some brilliant attacking play and working really well as a team. This was rewarded by a goal from Mya Lewis-Powell mid-way through the half.  It could have been more with close chances for Helen Kelly and Ella Needham. With Jenny Mathiesen leading the way with a great defensive performance the score remained 3-1 until full time.

Photographs of this match can be obtained from RWT Photography.

2018/19 PROGRAMME (all dates subject to change):

23rd September 2018
Trials for squads

25th & 26th October 2018
Cambridge Development Camp

11th & 12th December 2018  
St Georges Park Camp 

11th December 2018 
ISFA U18 Girls V TGK U18
St George's Park (7.30pm)

12th December 2018
ISFA U18 Girls V English Colleges U18
St George's Park (2.00pm)

January - March 2019
Additional fixtures including Scotland tour (dates TBC) 


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