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Posted: Monday, June 1st 2020
Monday, June 11th 2018
Several Bristol City Women players were in action for their respective nations over the weekend.
Loren Dykes was in action for Wales, as they defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-0 at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea.
Kayleigh Green broke the deadlock in the second-half to give Wales the win.
Chloe Arthur and Frankie Brown’s Scotland came from a goal down to defeat Belarus 2-1 in Falkirk.
Erin Cuthbert found the net either side of half-time to give Scotland the victory.
Sophie Baggaley, Millie Farrow, Olivia Ferguson, Carla Humphrey and Millie Turner were all involved as the Young Lionesses were defeated in Sweden.
Three first-half goals were enough to give the hosts the victory.
Julie Biesmans and Yana Daniels played their part as Belgium defeated Moldova 7-0 in Chisnau.
Both City Women squad members were on the scoresheet in the convincing victory.
Danique Kerkdijk’s Holland side coasted to a 5-0 victory over Northern Ireland in Belfast.
Four second-half goals in 30 minutes gave Holland the convincing win.
Everyone at the club would like to congratulate all players on their involvement.
Photo Credit: Welsh FA
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