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Posted Tuesday, March 6th 2018

SGS Female Football set for ESFA Cup final

SGS Female Football face Sollihull College in the ESFA Under-18 girls cup final this Thursday, March 8th (kick-off 12pm).

Over 100 schools and colleges entered the competition initially.

The game will be played at Meadow Lane and is being shown live on the ESFA YouTube channel, which can be found here.

The game coincides with International Women's Day and there will be an all-female line up of match officials.

Highlights will be shown on FreeSport TV, Sky channel 424, BT TV channel 95, TalkTalk TV channel 95, FreeView channel 95 and FreeSat TV channel 252.

Finalists last year, SGS will look to go one better this year after an impressive tournament so far.

Route to the final

Hartpury College – won 8-0.

Itchin College – won 12-0.

Barnet and Southgate – won 3-0.

Top scorers

Rhianne Oakley – 8 goals.

Chloe Gilroy –  5 goals.

Ellie Butler – 5 goals.

Everyone at the club would like to wish the team all the best on Thursday!

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