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Posted Wednesday, June 20th 2018

City Women international round-up

A number of Bristol City Women players have been in action for their respective nations recently.

Loren Dykes was in action for Wales, as they defeated Russia 3-0 at the Newport Stadium.

Kayleigh Green broke the deadlock in the second-half, before adding another shortly after. Tash Harding then got in on the act to make it three to give the Wales an emphatic victory.

It was a stunning comeback from Chloe Arthur and Frankie Brown’s Scotland as three goals in the last 15 minutes secured a memorable win over Poland in Kielce.

Kim Little, Jane Ross and Lisa Evans struck late to give Scotland the victory.

Danique Kerkdijk’s Holland side defeated Slovakia 1-0 at the Abe Lenstra stadion.

Lieke Martens struck late to give Holland the victory.

Everyone at the club would like to congratulate all players on their involvement.

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