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Brentford chasing third trophy
 Women's Football News 10 May 2014
Brentford chasing third trophy - 10 May 2014 - Women's Football NewsBrentford are having a magnificent season and now have their sights set on a third trophy after reaching the John Greenacre Memorial Trophy Final with a 2-1 semi final victory over Hampstead. 
Will Boye's team have already landed the Greater London League title and the Capital Women's Intermediate Cup and with their men's team also having won promotion, the Bees are buzzing after their recent success.
"We ended last season finishing second and being promoted from Division Two and we were looking forward to a new challenge," Will Boye told Women's Soccer Scene. "We started the season off with a bang, winning 14-0 against Northwood and then went on a winning spree until November. We have only lost three games all season with one league game to go.
"Over the season we have gained players such as Sophie Lee, Hannah Noonan, Sarah Collins, Amber Langston Lloyd and Lavana Neufville, who have all played their part in this fantastic season. In the camp we train every Thursday, focusing frequently on match day practices whiles enjoying ourselves in the process. We have gelled together well and understand how each of us play.
"We won the league at the beginning of April and the camp was buzzing. With a goal difference of +76, we had it in the bag anyway. We then won the Capital Women's Intermediate Cup against QPR Development with a 5-1 victory. The night before we played Hampstead, we were lucky enough to play against AFC Phoenix at Griffin Park after the men's last home game,"
"This season for Brentford WFC has been unimaginable," added captain Vicky James. "In the last couple of years, our squad has gone from strength to strength with top class players being signed, alongside top quality coaching which has led us to the success we have had this season. 
"We have proved with our incredible cup runs, that we are more than capable of competing with teams one and even two leagues above us, which will only spur us on next season after our promotion. 
"I feel very proud and privileged to have been able to captain such a great team, and I have no doubt that next season we can push on, and get this team to where I believe we can compete."
All the ladies at Brentford Women's FC would like to thank the encouragement and support from William Boye and Gabriel Jones, the coaches, and sponsors Irene Raveney, Andy Godfrey (who is a blind person) and Amy Crook, General Manager for a great season. 

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