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Posted Monday, June 11th 2018

City Women international round-up

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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