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Bilbrook are enjoying a good run in the FA Women's Cup this season and are relishing their forthcoming Third Round Qualifying tie against Mansfield Town of Midlands Division One on Sunday.
The West Midlands League Division One North club have got past Stone Dominoes and Kenilworth Town in previous rounds and manager John Fones admitted to Women's Soccer Scene that he and his players are aiming to make their mark against the Premier League side.
"We are looking forward to pitting ourselves against higher league opposition," he said. "We have put together a mixture of talented youngsters and some good experienced players and the mix is definitely paying off. We should have a nearly fully fit squad for the game and we will be giving it our best shot."
Bilbrook player Natalie Morris added: "I am excited to be a part of Bilbrook ladies during this time. We are all buzzing ahead of Sunday's trip to Mansfield. The FA Cup is a great showcase for lower league teams to prove their worth in the women's game! We look forward to the challenge."
The match, which is taking place at the One Call Stadium, home of Mansfield Town FC, kicks off at 12pm at Mansfield have confirmed that there will be no charges for entry at the game.
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