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Eleven City Women on international duty

Bristol City Women have eleven players in action for six different nations in the current international window. 

Loren Dykes is set to earn her 100th international cap for Wales when they face the Czech Republic at Rodney Parade this evening. 

The City Women skipper may play alongside her team mate, Gemma Evans, who has also been included in Jayne Ludlow’s 20-player squad. 

Julie Biesmans is also on duty with the Belgian Red Flames as they take on USA (Monday, April 8th), while Danique Kerkdijk is away with the Netherlands as they face Mexico (Friday, April 5th) and Chile (Tuesday, April 9th). 

Juliette Kemppi has linked up with the Finnish national side for their fixtures against Switzerland (Friday, 5th April) and Poland (Tuesday, 9th April). 

Heather Payne scored for the Republic of Ireland Under-19s in their 2-0 victory over Hungary yesterday afternoon and they will face Serbia (Saturday, April 6th) and Spain (Tuesday, 9th April) as they continue their pursuit of qualification to the European Championships. 

Mo Marley named Sophie Baggaley in her Lionesses Under-21s squad for the La Manga Tournament. The 20-strong group take on France (Friday, April 5th), Norway (Sunday, April 7th) and Sweden (Tuesday, April 9th).

Ella Rutherford and Poppy Pattinson link up with the Lionesses Under-19s for fixtures against; Turkey (Wednesday, April 4th), Sweden (Saturday, April 6th) and Italy (Tuesday, April 9th).

Jess Woolley is also away with the Lionesses Under-18s, Katie Robinson and Bristol City Women Academy player, Ellen Jones are with the Under-17s as well as Sophie Hillyerd being away with the Under-16s. 


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