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Great Shelford feeling no pressure
 Women's Football News 7 Nov 2015
Great Shelford participate in the Fourth Round Qualifying of the SSE Women's FA Cup for the first time on Sunday and insist that they will not be daunted by the challenge of taking on FA Women's Premier League South East Division One side Enfield Town. 
Great Shelford have had a great Cup run so far and made it through the last round by beating Leyton Orient on a penalty shootout, following a goalless draw, Enfield meanwhile won 4-0 against Haringey Borough, also of the Eastern Region League Premier Division.
The players are really looking forward to the occasion as there is no pressure on them, as they go into the game as the underdogs.
Captain Laura Gilbey told Women's Soccer Scene: "We have nothing to fear as the pressure will be on Enfield, because they will be expected to win."
Ali Wright, who is the team's leading scorer this season, added: "It's great for us as this is only our third time in the Cup. Being the last team from our league division makes it even more of an occasion."

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