City Women duo involved as young Lionesses hit Kazakhstan for nine
Posted: Wednesday, October 18th 2017
Wednesday, October 18th 2017
Lily Woodham started for Wales Women's Under-19, as they were held to a goalless draw by Slovenia in Kazakhstan.
The winger played 78 minutes in Shymkent, which is positive news for Vixens fans, after the youngster was replaced against Tottenham Hostpur Ladies last Thursday due to injury.
Wales, who are in the same group as England for this year's qualifying campaign, will face the Lionesses up next on Saturday, October 21st.
Should Woodham be involved, she will play against team mates Flo Allen and Lauren Hemp in the huge qualifying clash.
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