Palace Ladies travelled the long road to Coventry this weekend to play an in-form opponent, occupying the place above them in the FA Women’s Premier League. The teams had previously played out a draw on the opening day of the season and Palace had won the intervening cup fixture between
When you play one of your best games of football for some time, scoring five goals at home as a team and a hat-trick for your leading scorer, just how do you follow it up? That was the question that the Palace Ladies first team squad were posed this week.
Palace Ladies bounced back from a below par performance last week as they hosted C&K Basildon in the FA Women’s Premier League on Sunday. Having made the short trip to Beckenham Town Football Club, where Palace will play the remainder of their home games this season, the omens were good.
The first team hosted a battling Queens Park Rangers side on Sunday at the Eagles’ temporary home of Croydon Arena. A fixture clash at Bromley meant that the Ladies hosted the West Londoners a stones throw away from Selhurst Park, in the FA Women’s Premier League. Palace had played QPR
Palace Ladies kicked off their 2017 fixtures in the same manner in which they ended 2016. The FA Women’s Premier League resumed with the visit of West Ham United to Hayes Lane, a fixture that had seen Palace on the right side of all eight goals during both cup and league matches
Palace Ladies concluded their most successful calendar year to date with a solid 3-0 win against Swindon Town at Bromley on Sunday. In a year that has seen the team not only promoted to, but prove their credentials in the top tier of the FA Women’s Premier League, there has
The Palace Ladies are looking to put two frustrating cup defeats behind them as they host Swindon in the FA Women’s Premier League at Bromley on Sunday, ahead of the Christmas break. Following the heartbreak of the last minute loss in the FA Cup at Selhurst Park, Palace travelled to
Last Sunday saw Palace Ladies play in the opening round of the FA Women’s Premier League Cup, away against local rivals AFC Wimbledon. The hosts who have been enjoying an impressive run in the league that sits below that of the Eagles were looking for revenge following the loss in
The international break was anything but quiet for the Palace Ladies as they sought to continue an impressive start to the season in the FA Women’s Premier League. Playing three games within seven days the Eagles knew that they would be well tested. Portsmouth were the first opponents in Palace’s
Having had the privilege of experiencing any number of high points with Palace Ladies in the last few seasons, it seems strange that two matches in four days, that yielded a solitary point, would be considered one of them. Yes, the invincible season, two promotions and cup wins will remain