Willie Clemons and his Dalkurd teammates faced an uphill battle in their battle against Landskrona in the Second Leg of the Superettan Regelation Play-offs in Sweden, down 2 - 0.
After a scoreless first half, Samuel Ruben Leach Holm gave Dalkurd the lead and reduced the aggregate to 2 – 1, but Landskrona would get an insurance goal in the 80th minute when Filip Olsson scored as Dalkurd drew the game 1 – 1, but were relegated on aggregate 3 – 1.
After the recent lockdown which saw grassroots football come to a halt, Aaliyah Nolan and her Leeds United Women’s teammates made the trip to Stockport for their first FA Women’s National League Division One clash in six weeks, and they would come away with the 4-3 win.
Nolan throughout the match caused Stockport problems on the right-hand side.
It was the home side who struck first after 11 minutes through Sophie Charlton’s half volley. The score was leveled in the 18th minute when Olivia Smart’s cross from the left was spilled into the net.
The scores stayed level for only three minutes as Keeley Goodwin fired Stockport back in front with a low drive. The lead didn’t last long as Nolan leveled matters with a brilliant finish from 25 yards.
Olivia Wild then picked up on a loose ball, rounded Kirkham, and tapped the ball into an empty net to give the hosts the lead for the third time. Leeds almost leveled in stoppage time when Nolan’s shot was cleared off the line.
Leeds brought on Molly Havard at the interval and it paid off four minutes later as she tapped gone from a corner to make it 3-3.
Leeds finally took the lead for the first time in the 57th minute when Laura Bartup picked up a loose pass, fed it through to Rebecca Hunt who smashed in from the edge of the area.
Keunna Dill and her Norwich City Women’s teammates returned to action against Stevenage.
Dill came off the bench to help Norwich secure a 2 – 0 win. Norwich went in front after some excellent Aimme Tash tapped in nicely from close range in the 10th minute.
Minutes before the halftime break, Norwich doubled their lead, Kathryn Stanley’s strike beat the keeper with pace into the back of the net.
After coming off the bench Dill got in on the action and watched a shot go just over the crossbar.
K’shaela Burch-Waldron continues her comeback from injury as she turned out for the London City Lionesses Development Squad in their Reserve South East Division match against the Billericay Town Reserves.
Birch-Waldron and her London City Lionesses Development teammates picked up a 4-3 win over Billericay Town.
Kenni Thompson watched her Deportivo La Coruna teammates come from behind to defeat Logroño 2 – 1.
Thompson remains on the team's injury list saw her teammates fall behind after a scoreless first half with Marta Cazalla Garcia scoring in the 52nd minute for Logroño.
Deportivo La Coruna drew level in the 70th minute when Athenea del Castillo scored, and then thirteen minutes later the Deportivo La Coruna winner was scored when Ainize Barea Nuñez found the back of the net.