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Wanderers Ladies First Team - 2003/4 - Click here for full page image Latest News: The First Team ended the 2003/4 season by coming back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 at Bracknell on Sunday 2nd May. The team have already ensured Southern Premier Division survival in their debut season in this higher division and will looking forward to the break before returning to action next season.
Bracknell v Wycombe - match report

Reserves latest: The Reserves went down 2-0 to Heelands Rangers in their final League game of the 2003-4 season on Sunday 18th April. Report here

Previous reports: See link below for links to reports from previous league and cup games for both First and Reserve teams.
Results, fixtures and report links 2003/4

Nationwide sponsorhip: On the 23rd September 2003 there was a presentation prior to the home game with Aston Villa where Wycombe Wanderers FC received a £10,000 marketing grant for development of Ladies football at the Club. The presentation also saw a set of Nationwide sponsored training bibs and sweatshirts passed to the team. Read more and view Reserve team photo

Women's FA Cup: On Sunday 28th September the team were edged out of the Women's FA Cup by Luton Town Belles. Karyn Atkinson gave Wanderers an early lead but the visitors hit back to lead 3-1. Jasmine Brown scored late on from a quickly taken free-kick but Wanderers couldn't find the all important equaliser. Wycombe v Luton - Report and picture gallery

Other news: In addition to their normal League and Cup fixtures the First Team played a friendly against Great Britain Deaf Women's team during February. The match finished 3-0 in the Blues favour although it was really closer than the scoreline suggests. For the opposition, who are only able to get together for matches, the fixture provided a good opportunity to work on a few things in preparation for next year's Disability Games in Melbourne.

Youth Team: The U12 'A' team won their first trophies of the season on Saturday 16th August, winning the U12 tournament run by Wycombe Wanderers Ladies FC. After reaching semi-finals in three girls competitions over the summer, the team were thrilled to be going home with Winners' trophies after a 1-0 victory over Chesham & Prestwood in the final. Julia Blackstock scored the only goal with an excellent individual effort in the second half after good distribution from the back saw a breakaway down the left. Coach Graham Malcolm, who also coaches the Ladies first team, was full of praise for the whole team: Katie Hudson, captain, Sian Pill, Charlie Clarke, Mollie Laverty, Vicky Smyth, Kirsty Gladwin and Julia Blackstock.

Wycombe Wanderers U12 'B' team also reached the semifinals after securing a win and a well-fought draw against the eventual runners up in the group stage. Coach Marion Lyon was delighted to see the improvement that players have made over the the last 6 months, especially those who haven't had many opportunities to play competitively: Natalie Cregan, Stephanie and Kim Bignall, Katie Brown, Louise White, Nicola Robinson, Chloe Hughes, Hannah Wilson and Daisy Turner.

Previous season: Reports from the 2002/3 season are available from the link opposite. First Team results and report links 2002-2003

Women's Football Magazine:
Those interested in reading more about Women's Football should look out for the new Magazine titled fairgame. Follow the link below for the associated website (
Click here for Fair Game website

Sponsorship: We have seen many changes over the last couple of years and the support of local businesses has become increasingly important in supplementing the players own contributions. Alan Evans, of Marlow Coaches has watched Wycombe Wanderers for many years and having seen the Ladies’ teams play a few times last season, was keen to support the dedication of the players and coaches. Prestwood Motors has recently relocated their garage; director Lee Embury is keen that the business continues to play an active part in the local community and has offered to underwrite some of the uncertainties of our continual development. These two businesses have pledged a total of £750 a year for the next 5 years, together with offers to help out with any special projects if they can. This provides us with a platform to plan for the future rather than continue to try to respond on the spur of the moment, for which we are very grateful.
Marion (Maz) Lyon - Wycombe Wanderers Ladies Team Secretary
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Wycombe Wanderers Ladies Football Club
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Results 2003-2004
First Team Photo
Reserve Team Photo
Picture Galleries
Clapton - Sep 03
Luton - Sep 03
Burghfield - Nov 03
Reading - Dec 03
Holmer - Mar 04
Review 2002-2003
Results 2002-2003
Picture Galleries
MK - Nov 02
Aylesbury - Jan 03
Thatcham - Jan 03
Reserves - Jan 03
Thame - Feb 03
S'ton - Mar 03
Review 2001-2002
Results 2001-2002
Wycombe Wanderers Ladies Football Club
Team photo 2001/2

Review 2000-2001
About this page
This page will be updated with all the latest fixture news, results and match reports kindly supplied by the team.
Please note that the fixtures are likely to change and are subject to postponement, so check up before travelling.
Home games
Unless stated these are now played at Wilks Park, Flackwell Heath with a Sunday kick-off of 2pm. However please note that during the winter home games are still played on The Rye. The Reserves also play all their home games on The Rye.
Click here for a location map of Wilks Park.
Click here for a location map of The Rye.
Join the Team
New players - experienced league players and beginners - always welcome. Contact Marion (Maz) Lyon for directions and more details on (01494) 437477
or e-mail
For more information on the Ladies Team you can visit their own website at

Women's Football Magazine
Fair Game

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