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International Watch: City Women

Find out how the City Women first team and academy players fared over the international break.

Satara Murray

The Reggae Girlz took on Costa Rica on Sunday as the two sides played out a 0-0 draw. 

Satara Murray started at right-back and was substituted in the second half as the Reggae Girlz dominated their Costa Rican opponents, however they were unable to find a breakthrough.

Fran Bentley

Fran Bentley was introduced as a second-half substitute for the England Under-23s as they beat Belgium 1-0 at the Stade Leburton in Tubize 

Former City forward Katie Robinson scored the only goal of the game in the 65th minute.

Aggie Beever-Jones

Aggie Beever-Jones featured in all three of the England Under-19’s victories in the first stage of WU19 Euro Qualifying.

The winger started in the Young Lionesses 1-0 win over the Republic of Ireland, where an own-goal from Shauna Brennan handed the Under-19s victory. 

Beever-Jones was on the scoresheet in their next outing as the Young Lionesses romped to an 8-0 win over Northern Ireland on Saturday, before they capped off their trio of qualifiers with a 1-0 victory over Switzerland.

Ffion Morgan

Ffion Morgan was an unused substitute in both of Wales’ FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifiers. Gemma Grainger’s squad began with a with a 1-1 draw away in Slovenia, followed by a 4-0 home victory against Estonia. 


ACADEMY

Ella Hilliard starred the Wales WU19 as the youngster won all three of their Euro Qualifiers

Hilliard bagged a brace in their 3-0 win over Andorra, before netting in a 4-0 victory against Moldova. Wales made it three wins from three with a dominant performance over Albania to run out 4-1 victors. 

Grace Mitchell made one appearance as a second half substitute for the Scotland Under-19s in their 3-0 defeat to the Netherlands, whilst her sister Sarah remained an unused sub. The two youngster didn't feature in the Young Scots' losses to Austria and Spain. 


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