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City Women Development Squad put five past Spurs

Bristol City Women Development Squad ran out 5-0 winners over Tottenham Hotspur Ladies at the Stoke Gifford Stadium on Sunday.

 

After a narrow loss to Chelsea the previous week, the squad used the positives from that performance to take all three points against the North London side.

Some first team players were involved at the weekend to maintain match fitness ahead of the international break, with Olivia Fergusson, Caitlin Leach and Aimee Palmer all getting valuable game time under their belts.

City Women's goals came from all over the pitch, with two from Chloe Gilroy and Fergusson and a solitary goal coming from Holly Chandler to round off a dominant performance.

Up next, the Development Squad face Chelsea Ladies at home on Sunday, October 29th. This game will be free admission for all spectators.

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