Live updates from Rodney Parade as Wales host the Czech Republic in an International Challenge Match. Jayne Ludlow confirmed that Loren Dykes will make her 100th appearance for her country, following in the footsteps of teammate Jess Fishlock. It’s Wales’ first home fixture since their
🏆 | 2018 was a special year for Jayne Ludlow’s @Cymru who went agonisingly close to qualifying for the World Cup.Congratulations @JessFishlock, @sophieingle01 and @elise__hughes.🙌#TogetherStronger [📸@hfcchesh] pic.twitter.com/O1ge7LFZMq — Callum Ellis (@CallumJEllis) March 21, 2019 Wales’ young star David Brooks made history at The Hensol Castle
Wales will face fellow home nations side Northern Ireland after discovering their fate ahead of the upcoming Women’s Euro 2021 qualifying campaign. Jayne Ludlow’s side will also face Belarus, Faroe Islands and Norway as they go in search of reaching the finals in two years
James Fishlock and Lawrence Badman have joined Jamie Sherwood’s coaching staff at Division One side Taffs Well. They will assist the former Yeovil Ladies Town manager with their coaching duties, working alongside assistant manager Steve Williams. Taffs Well confirmed the news on their social media
Wales star Jess Fishlock has described the support the Welsh public have given the Women’s national team as ‘magical’. Fishlock and her teammates recorded victory over Russia on Tuesday evening, remaining unbeaten in the group and just a win away from World Cup qualification. Wales
Wales host Russia at Newport Stadium this evening, in a crucial FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifier. It is the penultimate game in their World Cup Qualifying campaign, with England next up after tonight’s fixture. The last time these two sides met, it was a goalless draw.
Wales moved to the top of Group One in FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying after beating Bosnia & Herzegovina at The Liberty Stadium. Yeovil Town’s Kayleigh Green scored the only goal as Wales made it four wins from a possible six, going into their next
Embed from Getty Images Wales’ current World Cup qualifying campaign could be Jess Fishlock’s last as she considers international retirement. The 31-year-old is Wales’ most capped player, with 101 appearances made for Wales, 9 caps ahead of goalkeeper Neville Southall. But for Fishlock, this campaign