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We talk to...Sinead Scott (Sporting Club Albion)
 Women's Football News 10 Oct 2013
We talk to...Sinead Scott (Sporting Club Albion) - 10 Oct 2013 - Women's Football NewsSporting Club Albion registered their best result of the season in date when winning 2-1 against previously unbeaten Northern Division leaders Sheffield FC on Sunday. 
Albion full back Sinead Scott talked to us about the result and performance, and how she feels they can build on it and move themselves up the league table as the season progresses: 
Was it your best performance of the season so far in beating Sheffield on Sunday?
As a team, yes. We worked hard all the way through and we clicked as a side for first time, Everyone put in 100% and, considering the last three weeks haven't been great for us in terms of results, it was a great feeling to get the win.

Did you feel that you deserved the win?
Definitely, over the ninety minutes we shaded it. It was a great football game, Sheffield are a top side and they play the ball around really well, but I think we matched them in footballing ability for the first time.

Were there any aspects of the team display that were particularly good or was it a good all round team performance?
Communication, Amy Rippington, the skipper, was vocal as usual, but everyone else was constantly encouraging each other, motivating each other, and we were all in it together.

Are you satisfied overall with the team's start or do you feel you could have done better?
We could definitely have done better. It hasn't been the best start, after this win though we are looking up.

Are you confident that the team can build on the Sheffield result?
More than confident, we've just beaten the top of the league team so looking at it, there is no one else who we should fear.

The Northern Division is so tight and even though you are seventh, you are only four points off the top. Do you think you can make a title challenge if you can achieve consistency with results?
Yes, I think a top two finish is achievable. We have a brilliant team spirit with great ability as a squad.

This weekend you play away to Derby County, whose results have been unpredictable so far. What are your thoughts ahead of that game?
When we play Derby it's always really up and down, we either get a clean sheet, or concede five! They're a good side, with very capable players, but we will be trying to adopt the same mentality as we did against Sheffield and we will be tough for them to beat.

What, realistically, do you feel would be a good season for Sporting Club Albion?
Top two, a couple of good Cup runs as well as last year........and learning and developing together as a squad!

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