Burnley Women top the FAWNL Northern Premier Division – SheKicks

Zoe Boote of Northampton Town plays the ball past Ellie Gibbs of

Solihull Moors. 

Thursday’s FA Women’s National League results included a 3-0 win for Burnley which took them top of the Northern Premier Division.

AFC Fylde 0-3 Burnley (Atk: 90)
Halifax 1-0 Huddersfield Town (Atk: 280)

Burnley knocked Wolves off the top of the table on goal difference with a 3-0 win over Fylde. Second half substitute Aimee Kelly grabbed a brace to add to Leah Embley’s first goal.

Halifax’s Becky Flaherty saved a penalty in the 69th minute, before Darcie Greene grabbed an injury-time winner to lift them into fifth place. FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Cheltenham Town 2-2 Cardiff City LFC (Attendance: 128)

Cardiff City Ladies picked up their first point but came from behind to take the lead at Cheltenham.

Emily Allen opened the scoring for Town, a volley from Cori Williams and a shot from the edge of the box from Chloe Lloyd gave the Welsh half-time lead, but Phoebie Poole equalized seven minutes after the break.

Leek Town 1-0 Sheffield FC (Att: 43)
Northampton Town 2-2 Solihull Moors (Att: 189)

Ona Ndefo put Northampton ahead and although Becky Knight and Marsha Malik turned the game in Solihull’s favor with a goal, Alex Dicks then equalized for the Cobblers.

Leek Town beat Sheffield FC thanks to a goal from Katie Maya in the 57th minute.


Hull City 3-0 Doncaster Rovers Belles (Att: 192)
Norton & Stockton Ancients 1-3 Chester le Street Town (Att: 122)

Hope Knight was in the double as Hull beat Doncaster to trail leaders Barnsley by a single goal. The first points were taken by Chester le Street at Norton, where Jenny Ashton scored twice. DIVISION 1 SOUTH EAST

Chesham United PP Actonians (now 21 September)
London Seaward-Queens Park Rangers 0-3

QPR moved up to fourth place with their second win in three games, capped by a second-half brace.

Abingdon United 2-0 Maidenhead United
Keynsham Town 0-0 Swindon Town (Att: 110)

Abingdon United moved up to fifth in their debut season in the FAWNL, with Amy Chivers and Lia Francis finding the net against Maidenhead.

Swindon remained ahead of Keynsham in terms of goals scored, following the pair’s goalless draw.

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