TULFC were victorious once again at the weekend after beating Bishops Lydeard 3-2 The game was played in far from ideal conditions but the team performed admirably. With a few injuries and illnesses in the squad, Naomi Binding came into the starting line-up and slotted into a back three alongside Alex Sheppard and Adele Rogers.
TULFC ladies returned from Keynsham with 3 points, a clean sheet and a hat-trick for Sian Chapman. With the squad hit by injuries and illness, there were a few changes in the starting line-up including a first start for striker Danni Wyatt. TULFC started the game the brighter of the two sides creating several chances
Torquay United Ladies sealed another three points and a clean sheet as they beat Forest Green Rovers 2-0 at home. It was not a pretty performance overall, but TULFC could have easily been 3-0 up within the first half hour. Rhi Bailey smashed the cross bar with a penalty and Jana Richards missing two opportunities
The ladies returned to winning ways in the SWWFL Premier with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Ilminster ladies. The Ladies were playing their first match at their new ground which is Ipplepen Athletic, Moore Road Playing Field, Moor Road, Ipplepen, TQ12 5TT. TULFC made two changes to last week’s starting line up. Player-manager Vicki Fannon
TULFC still left disappointed after being knocked out of the SSE Women’s FA Cup out on penalties by Brislington FC on Sunday. A stunning and faultless performance from the Yellows, who were by far the superior team. They dominated large spells of the game and controlled and dictated play. TULFC created four or five chances
In possibly their best performance of the season so far, TULFC returned from Bristol with all 3 points after beating Downend Flyers 5-0 in the SWWFL Premier League. The TULFC management team decided to switch things around for his match. A change in formation enabled Steph Beck and Rhi Bailey plenty of time on the