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City Women international round-up

Twelve Bristol City Women players were in action for their respective nations during the international window, read on below to see how they fared.

Julie Biesmans captained the Belgian Red Flames to a 1-1 draw with Spain, before facing her fellow Bristol City Women teammate, Heather Payne as Belgium beat the Republic of Ireland 1-0 on Sunday. 

Danique Kerkdijk started for the Netherlands in their 2-1 friendly victory over South Africa in Cape Town, while Gemma Evans and Loren Dykes both featured in Wales’ 2-0 defeat to Italy. 

Lucy Graham’s prolific start to the season saw her earn a call-up to the Scotland squad alongside Frankie Brown. Both players featured in Scotland's 3-1 defeat against Norway, whilst Brown captained her country in a 2-1 loss to Iceland with Graham playing the full ninety minutes. 

City Women striker, Juliette Kemppi also started for Finland in their 1-0 defeat against Denmark. 

Ella Rutherford bagged a goal for the Young Lionesses (via JMPUK)

Ella Rutherford and Poppy Pattinson both featured for under-19 Lionesses in the Algarve Tournament. The Young Lionesses lost 1-0 to the Netherlands, while Rutherford came on as a substitute and scored in a 3-2 defeat against Norway.

Katie Robinson and Bristol City Women RTC player, Ellen Jones travelled away with the under-17 Lionesses and picked up a 2-0 victory over Germany as well as a 1-0 loss to France. 

Jesse Woolley remained in the UK with the under-18 Lionesses for an extended camp at St George’s Park. 

All players have reconvened for training ahead of Bristol City Women’s derby day fixture with Yeovil Town Ladies on Sunday at the SGS College Stoke Gifford Stadium (3pm KO).

Supporters can purchase tickets to Sunday’s game here.


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