2004/05
Exeter Ladies

In 2004/05 Exeter started the season In the South West Women's Football League Premier Division.
The team was managed by 




South West Women's Football League Premier League 
01/08/2004 Friendly  Clevedon Away 0-6          
15/08/2004 Friendly  Frome Town Home 5-0 Goldsworthy 3 Pearson  Edwards 2    
05/09/2004 League Cheltenham Town Home 2-2     Goldsworthy 2               
12/09/2004 League Frome Town Away 0-4 :        
15/09/2004 League Buckfastleigh Rangers Home 1-3 Pearson        
19/09/2004 League Team Bath Away 3-7 Matthews (S) Pearson 2      
26/09/2004 FAW  Cup Newquay Home 1-7 Earle        
03/10/2004 League Gloucester City Home 3-2 Pearson 2 Edwards      
07/10/2004 League Buckfastleigh Rangers Away 4-0 Goldsworthy Folds Pearson Cross (Tracey)  
10/10/2004 League Yeovil Town Home 1-4 Goldsworthy        
17/10/2004 DC FACup Okehampton Home 9-0 Earle 2 Goldsworthy 3 Matthews (S) 3 Edwards  
31/10/2004 League Dorchester Town Away 3-2 Court Og Goldsworthy    
14/11/2004 League Newquay Away 1-2 Edwards        
28/11/2004 DW Cup Plymouth Away 0-1 :        
05/12/2004 League Newquay Home 0-3 :        
12/12/2004 League Frome Town Home 5-1 Goldsworthy 2 Matthews (N) Matthews(S) 2    
09/01/2005 League Yeovil Town Away 1-6 Goldsworthy        
30/01/2005 PST Bristol United Away 5-1 Goldsworthy 4 Edwards      
06/02/2005 League Penzance Away 1-1 Pearson        
20/02/2005 League Bath City Home 2-1 Goldsworthy 2        
27/02/2005 PST Newquay Home 0-2 :        
06/03/2005 League Team Bath Home 1-3 Goldsworthy         
13/03/2005 League Cheltenham Town Away 0-1 :        
20/03/2005 League Bath City Away 6-0          
24/03/2005 League Dorchester Town Home 9-1 Redwood 3 Goldsworthy 4 Matthews Pearson  
27/03/2005 League Gloucester City Away 3-2 Redwood  Cross Og    
03/04/2005 League Penzance Home 5-2 Ames Redwood Edwards 2 Cross  
City Women finished 5th in the League P 20, W 10, D 2, L 8, (F 51 A 47) Pts 32
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City finished the season in 5th place having won 10 of the 20 league games played.

Jo Goldsworthy was top scorer with 24 goals.

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