New Leaders In Lancashire FA Women’s County Leagues

By Robert Haile

It’s all change at the top of the Lancashire FA Women’s County League.

Goals galore in the only match played on Sunday November 20 as Sir Tom Finney were hit for eleven as Whitehaven went back to the top with an 2-11 win.

Three games on November 20 as Whitehaven host Chipping with either side able to go clear at the top, Cadley welcome St Annes and Kendal Town face Sir Tom Finney.

Whitehaven kick off at 1:15pm (13:15) while the other two are a 2pm (14:00) kickoff.

Division 1 North/West Results

Sir Tom Finney FC Development 2-11 Whitehaven AFC Ladies

Division 1 North/West Table

  1. Whitehaven AFC Ladies – 15
  2. Chipping Ladies – 15
  3. St. Annes FC Ladies – 13
  4. Lancaster City FC Ladies – 9
  5. Cadley FC Ladies – 9
  6. Blackpool Town Ladies – 3
  7. Kendal Town Women U18 Girls – 2
  8. Sir Tom Finney FC Development – 1

In Division One South/East there was only one game on Sunday 20 as AFC Wigan lost 1-5 to Lostock St Gerards and Bury FC play conceded the match to table toppers Horwich St Mary’s.

Astley Bridge’s match with Penwortham Town was postponed.

A full fixture list is scheduled for November 27 as Clitheroe Wolves host Bury FC, Darwen play Ashley Bridge, top plays second as Horwich St Annes take on Euxton and Penwortham Town welcome AFC Wigan.

All matches are a 2pm (14:00) kickoff.

Division One South/East Results

AFC Wigan Ladies 1-5 Lostock St Gerards

Bury FC Foundation Womens Reserves A-W Horwich St Mary’s Ladies

Division One South/East League Table

  1. Horwich St Mary’s Ladies – 21
  2. Euxton Girls FC Women – 15
  3. Penwortham Town Ladies Reserves – 15
  4. Astley Bridge Ladies – 12
  5. Darwen FC Development Women – 7
  6. Lostock St Gerards Ladies – 7
  7. Bury FC Foundation Womens Reserves – 6
  8. AFC Wigan Ladies – 1
  9. Clitheroe Wolves Ladies – 1

In the Premier Division there are new leaders after Colne FC beat Accrington Stanley 0-5 on Sunday November 20 and Burnley and Stanwix played out a 1-1 draw.

Darwen FC and Langho will be rearranged after the match was postponed.

Just the two games as Langho host Clitheroe and Colne face Accrington with both matches kicking off at 2pm (14:00).

Premier Division Results

Accrington Stanley Women FC Reserves 0-5 Colne FC Ladies

Burnley Belvedere Ladies 1-1 Stanwix Junior Ladies

Premier Division League Table

  1. Colne FC Ladies – 19
  2. Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Reserves – 18
  3. Stanwix Junior Ladies – 11
  4. Bury FC Foundation Women Firsts – 10
  5. Burnley Belvedere Ladies – 8
  6. Langho Ladies – 6
  7. Darwen FC Reserves – 3
  8. Clitheroe Wolves Wolves Ladies – 3
  9. Accrington Stanley Women FC Reserves – 1

In the Championship GT7 beat neighbours Penrith AFC 5-1 in the only game of the round.

Championship Results

GT7 Academy Ladies 5-1 Penrith AFC Ladies Development

Championship League Table

  1. GT7 Academy Ladies – 28
  2. Blackpool FC Girls Development – 16
  3. Bolton Wanderers Girls FC Reserves – 15
  4. Euxton Girls Development – 12
  5. Bolton County Women – 10
  6. Fleetwood Town Wrens Ladies Development – 8
  7. Preston North End Women FC Preston North – 6
  8. Penrith AFC Ladies Development – 4
  9. Blackburn Community Sports Club Reserves – 3
  10. Morecambe Ladies Development – 0