Getting to know: Sarah Walker

Getting to know: Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker has worked hard to where she is now. The Harlow goalkeeper found it hard to join a team as she grew up, starting in men’s football before finally joining the female ranks. “I’ve played for quite a few clubs. I started in boys football before moving onto junior girls football. My first ladies…

Wormingford Wandering midtable

Wormingford Wandering midtable

Before the 2020/21 season had started, Wormingford Wanderers wanted to compete for the league. Although their preparations were not as they had hoped, they were still ambitious. “Our pre-season wasn’t ideal for obvious reasons but we had still built a side,” said manager Liam Meadows. “We felt we had a chance to compete for the…

Bowers Blues

Bowers Blues

During the shortened 2019/20 season, Bowers & Pitsea Ladies finished 9th. Although their position saw them 3-places off the bottom, they found themselves 13-points clear of St Ives Town but having played four-games more. They also found themselves 6-points behind fourth-place Bedford with two-games in-hand. Although they were looking to improve this season, manager John…

New Team, New Field

New Team, New Field

Before the season had began, New Field Football Club had huge ambitions as they sought to rise up the divisions, starting with the 2020/21 season but for the manager, he wanted to ensure he put the club into a good position off the field in order to compete on it. “We always had aims of…

Pegasus hoping to fly high

Pegasus hoping to fly high

Before the season had started, Stanway Pegasus had hopes of winning the Premier Division of the Essex & Suffolk Border League as they sought promotion to the Eastern Counties League. “Our ambition for the season is to win the league. It’s as simple,” said Ray Turner, the First Team Coach. “And with the winning mentality…

Star want to be at the top of the tree

Star want to be at the top of the tree

At the start of the season, Peterborough Northern Star Ladies had ambitions to reach the National League by finishing first in a competitive league. After 8-games and going into the New Year, they found themselves top-of-the league by a +4 goal-difference, level on points with Wymondham Town and 2-points ahead of St Ives Town. “Our…

Goals separate top and bottom

Goals separate top and bottom

In such a tight division, even points-per-game is proving tough to separate the teams in the Eastern Region Women’s Football League Premier Division as goal-difference proved a way of deciding the table. Luton Town lead the way by 0.08 points-per-game to Star and Wymondham while they only lead by 0.25 points-per-game to another 3-sides. Peterborough…