The Tuesday Round-Up

The Tuesday Round-Up – Special Edition

(the final edition of the 2015-16 Season)

That’s it then the last games have been played across the East and we arrive here at the final edition of this seasons The Tuesday Round-Up. Started it this season with a view to giving women’s football more coverage in the region and basically as it says in the title try and ‘Round’ thing’s up in one place as much as possible and boy can it be a challenge sometimes rounding it all up, alot to cover and sometimes I really think I’ve taken on more than I can chew but I get through and am pleased to know it’s appreciated. Try to mention as many goalscorers as I can.  May well have a little tweak with the Round-Up next season but for now we have one last Edition to bring you for the 2015/16 season and I said it would be a special one, after all we know who’s won what now been a thrilling and entertaining season and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it, even the wet bits. For those that don’t know I also write the Supporting Women’s Football Blog and have tried to see as many different teams as I can across the East over the season. So this one is for the winners – 

The 2015/16 Season Roll of Honour


FAWPL Southern Division

Champions – Brighton & Hove Albion WFC

Runners-up – Charlton Athletic Women

FAWPL South East Division One

Champions – Crystal Palace Ladies

Runners-up – Gillingham FC Ladies

Crystal Palace Ladies are one of 3 sides across the region to go unbeaten in the league all season.

There were 2 league games left to wrap up in the FAWPL South East Division One this weekend. Ipswich Town Ladies have had a fantastic 2nd half to the season a huge improvement in league form that has seen them secure a top half finish were on the road in their final league match away to Milton Keynes Dons Ladies knowing a win could lift them above Cambridge United WFC into 5th place, goals from Zoe Cossey, Natasha Thomas and Aimee Harrison saw them win the game 3-0 and end the season on a high. A winning finish to for Norwich City Ladies in their final league game of the season at home playing Old Actonians Ladies, won the game 5-1 the goals coming from Kate Parsons, Ellen Swift, Natasha Snelling plus 2 for Chelsea Garrett.

FAWPL Cup Winners – Tottenham Hotspur Ladies

FAWPL Plate Winners – Coventry United Ladies

Eastern Regional Leagues

ERWFL Premier Division 

Champions – Stevenage Ladies

Runners-up – Billericay Town Ladies

ERWFL Division One East

Champions – Writtle Ladies


Runners-up – Silver End United Ladies

ERWFL Division One West

Champions – Royston Town Ladies

Runners-up – Hutton Ladies

ERWFL League Cup Winners – Colchester Town Ladies

ERWFL Division One Cup Winners – Writtle Ladies

 Both the ERWFL League Cup and Division One Cup Finals were played this Sunday at the Hertfordshire FA’s County Ground, Colney Heath Ladies playing Writtle Ladies in the Division One Cup Final the match report from the SWF Blog can be found further down the page, likewise the ERWFL League Cup Final between Colchester Town Ladies and Silver End United Ladies.


Norfolk Women’s Division One

Champions – Wymondham Town Ladies

Runners-up – Thorpe United Ladies

Norfolk Women’s Division Two

Champions – Kirkley & Pakefield FC Ladies

Runners-up – North Walsham Angels Ladies

 Kirkley & Pakefield FC Ladies are also unbeaten in the league over the season.

Norfolk Women’s Division Three

Champions – Gorleston FC Ladies

Runners-up – Harleston Ladies

Norfolk Women’s County Cup Winners – Thorpe United Ladies

Norfolk Ladies League Cup Winners – Aylsham FC Ladies

Norfolk Ladies League Plate Winners – North Walsham Angels Ladies


Suffolk Women’s Division

Champions – Copleston Ladies

Runners-up – Brantham Athletic Ladies

Suffolk Women’s County Cup Winners – Ipswich Town Ladies

Suffolk Women’s League Cup Winners – Brantham Athletic Ladies


Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership

Champions – Cambridge City Ladies

Runners-up – ICA Sports Ladies

Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship North

Champions – Bourne Ladies

Runners-up – March Town United Ladies

Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship South

Champions – Park Ladies

Runners-up – St Ives Town Ladies

Cambridgeshire Women’s Invitation Cup Winners – Cambridge United WFC

Cambridgeshire Women’s Junior Invitation Cup Winners – Cambridge United WFC Reserves

Cambridgeshire Women’s League Cup – Cambridge City Ladies


Essex Women’s Premier Division

Champions – Hullbridge Sports Ladies

Runners-up – Chelmsford City Ladies

Essex Women’s Division One

Champions – Harlow Ladies

Runners-up – Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves

Essex Women’s County Cup Winners – C&K Basildon Ladies

Essex Women’s Trophy Winners – Harlow Ladies

Essex Women’s League Cup Winners – Harlow Ladies

Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup Winners – Harlow Ladies

Harlow Ladies are not only unbeaten in the league but also the only side covered by Women’s Football East that have a 100% win record in the 2015/16 season. 

Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire

Beds & Herts Women’s Division One

Champions – Hertford Town Ladies

Runners-up – Harvesters FC Ladies

Beds & Herts Women’s Division Two

Champions – Sharnbrook WFC

Runners-up – Houghton Athletic Ladies

Beds & Herts Women’s Division Three

Champions – Hitchin Belles

Runners-up – Evergreen Ladies

Bedfordshire Women’s County Cup Winners – Luton Town Ladies

Hertfordshire Women’s County Cup Winners – Watford Ladies Dev U19s

Beds & Herts Women’s League Cup Winners – Garston Ladies

 A fantastic season to watch and be part of have really enjoyed my football this season and covering it for Women’s Football east and the Supporting Women’s Football Blog, would do more if I could. Of course it won’t work without you, the players the coaches the volunteers the fans so a massive thank you for what you do and providing such great entertainment and action week in week out whatever the weather although that has featured a bit too much this season.

   Not quite over of course one more massive game to come FAWPL Southern Division Champions, Brighton & Hove Albion WFC in action on Sunday in the FAWPL Play-off game against Sporting Club Albion the Northern Division Champions a chance to reach the FAWSL beckons for the winner, and naturally Women’s Football East will be supporting Brighton so best of luck to everyone at the club. Plenty of pictures posted above but there’s room for a few more so if you want to you’re one of those Champions or Cup Winners without a pick send it to me and I’ll see it’s added.  So for one last time this season thanks for reading The Tuesday Round-Up and I look forwards to doing it all again next season.