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Vixens Trio Return Home After Brave Showing In The Czech Republic

England bowed out of the European Women’s Under-17 Championship after a brave defeat to Norway saw them miss out on qualification to the semi-finals.

 

An opening victory against Republic of Ireland and a draw against The Netherlands wasn’t quite enough to secure safe path to the knock-out stages.

The Lionesses needed a point from their final Group B match in Czech Republic to reach the last four.

But, in a contest delayed by four hours due to heavy rainfall, first-half goals from Jenny Kristine Rosholm Olsen and Malin Sunde sent Norway through at England’s expense.

Vixens trio Lauren Hemp (England U-17 captain), Aimee Palmer and Emily Syme were all involved in the tournament.

Everyone at the club would like to congratulate the three players on their involvement in the tournament.

Tickets for Bristol City Women’s remaining Spring Series games are available via https://tickets.bristol-sport.co.uk/en-gb/categories/bristolcitywomenhome

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