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Dons Ladies aim for lift

11 October 2013

New signings aim to provide a boost

AFC Wimbledon Ladies will be hoping for a change of luck this Sunday after they bowed out of the FA Women’s Cup last weekend on penalties.

The Dons will be aiming for a vital win this Sunday at home to Kikk United to improve their position in the London & South East Regional Women’s Premier Division.

(pictured) made several fine saves to keep the score level by half-time.Damaris OttWimbledon Ladies have boosted their squad with new signings recently and they pushed Oxford City all the way in Sunday’s FA Women’s Cup second qualifying round tie. Goalkeeper

However, Oxford equalised nine minutes from time and there was no further goals during the rest of the 90 minutes and in extra-time.  minute.rd struck with a superb 30-yard free-kick in the 73Louise CooperAnd it appeared that Wimbledon had secured a spot in the next round when

both scoring the first two penalties in the subsequent shoot-out, the Dons were beaten 3-2 on penalties.Michelle TappingDespite Cooper and

AFC Wimbledon Ladies: Damaris Ott, Kirstie Wright, Michelle Tapping, Lyndsey Murphy-Sugrue, Rose Maskell, Coralie Kouassi, Louise Cooper, Bianca Walker, Lauren Bailey (Natasha Ademakiwa), Sian Fitzpatrick, Shaz Blomeley .

AFC Wimbledon Ladies’ Development squad did secure a spot in the third qualifying round of their competition in the FA Women’s Cup with a 2-1 win at Prince of Wales. Chloe Greer and Grace Henry scored the goals for Wimbledon.

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