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Women’s first-team aim to regain goal touch under the lights

Watch the Dons at our stadium on Wednesday

29 March 2022

There’s a midweek match at the Cherry Red Records Stadium coming up – and it’s an important one for our women’s first-team.

After an impressive season so far – Kevin Foster’s side are currently third in the table – the last two games have resulted in 0-0 draws and our women will be aiming to hit the goal trail once again on Wednesday night.

The Dons take on Actonians LFC (7.45 pm kick-off) with tickets available to buy at just £5 for adults (Under-18s free) from our online ticket shop.

A goalless draw at Harlow Town on Sunday included the big positive of top scorer Ashlee Hincks making her return after injury.

However, chances went begging before her second-half introduction. Katie Stanley was denied by the Harlow keeper, who also stopped Angel Fowler from breaking the deadlock after she got on the end of Megan Stow’s cross.

The second-half was a disappointing one from a Dons perspective, but Hincks made a welcome return after injury for the final 30 minutes. There was a negative for Wimbledon towards the end when Gloria Siber had to go off injured and that meant the only unused substitute Lauren Allen, a goalkeeper, had to play up front for the final minutes. Allen had a chance to notch the winner, but she was just unable to get on the end of Megan Stow’s cross.

First-team coach Andy May said: It was a difficult day at the office and we were not at our best. We created some good chances, good clear-cut chances, but it just felt like one of those days if I am being honest.”

The picture above (taken by Glyn Roberts) shows Chloe Sampson in match action.

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