2004/05 Exeter LadiesWomen’s Team

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        
20/11/2004 DC FACup Exmouth  Home 6-0          
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 Edwards        
30/01/2005 PST Bristol United Away 5-1 Goldsworthy 4 Edwards      
06/02/2005 League Penzance Away 1-1 Pearson        
13/02/2005 PST QF  Newquay Away 1-1 Goldsworthy        
20/02/2005 League Bath City Home 2-1 Goldsworthy 2        
27/02/2005 PST QF R 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


City finished the season in 5th place having won 10 of the 20 league games played.

Jo Goldsworthy was top scorer with 24 goals.


Final League Table

Newquay

19

16

1

2

95-30

49

Team Bath

20

15

1

4

60-27

46

Frome Town

18

12

1

5

54-25

37

Gloucester City 

19

12

0

7

70-34

36

Exeter City

20

10

2

8

51-47

32

Yeovil Town

18

9

3

6

65-38

27

Penzance

18

6

2

10

34-48

20

Cheltenham Town

18

5

3

10

27-43

18

Dorchester Town

20

5

3

12

36-76

18

Bath City 

18

3

3

12

39-73

12

Buckfastleigh Rangers 

20

1

1

18

14-104

4


It may be that the matches were not completed.


EXETER CITY GIRLS - ISCA LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

Congratulations go to the Exeter City Under-15 Girls team who are the 2004/5 ISCA Girls Football League Champions and will be receiving their medals on the pitch this evening.

The girls had a great season under the guidance of coach Galvin Short and finished unbeaten having overcome opposition from teams including Exmouth Town, Totnes Town, Cullompton Colts, Dawlish United and Moreton Spurs.

The Exeter City Under-15 squad (pictured) are: Willow Adams; Sophie Anderson; Siobhan Aslett; Hannah Beach; Jacqui Coomber, Hannah Cox; Lucy Lazarus; Caitlin Short; Clare Simpson; Gabby Stoneman; Zara Tumer

A special treat for two of these girls, Caitlin Short and Gabby Stoneman, came when they were chosen to be ball girls at Sunday's FA Cup semi-final.

Most of the girls have come through the Exeter City Girls Development Centre run in partnership with Exeter City Council, Football in the Community and Active Devon. The Centre runs weekly coaching sessions for elite player at U12, U14 and U16 level.

Development Squad Head Coach, Kevin Hack is delighted at their success and is sure there is more to come. He said: We are now seeing the results of having a structured coaching programme for girls football in Exeter. These girls are becoming talented players and will hopefully go on in future years to become the core of the Exeter City Ladies team. The really exciting thing is that we have got even more talented girls coming through the younger age groups.' The Exeter City U13 girls have also had a very successful season playing in the Isca League.

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