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England reach World Cup
 Women's Football News 16 May 2016
England defeated Norway to finish third in the European Championship and qualify for the FIFA Women's Under-17 World Cup. 
John Griffiths' side lost to Germany in the Euro semi final but bounced back to seal their place at Jordan 2016. It will be the Under-17s' first appearance at a World Cup since 2008, when they reached the semi finals.
Niamh Charles broke the deadlock after just eight minutes only for Sophie Haug to level early in the second half, but Liverpool striker Charles bagged her fourth goal at the Finals to seal a famous win for the Young Lionesses.
The World Cup will run from Friday 30th September until Friday 21st October. 
England: Ellie Roebuck, Kelsey Pearson, Anna Patten, Lotte Wubben-Moy, Taylor Hinds, Laura Hooper, Hollie Olding (sub Anna Filbey 63mins), Hannah Cain (sub Ellie Brazil 78mins), Georgia Stanway, Niamh Charles, Alessia Russo. Subs not used: Katie Startup, Flo Allen, Grace Smith, Lois Joel, Ella Toone.

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