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Hard work brings Tranmere success
 Women's Football English County and other Leagues News - 20 May 2017
 
 
English County and other Leagues News - Hard work brings Tranmere success - 20 May 2017 - Women's Football News
 
It has been a season of near misses and some disappointments for both the men's and women's teams at Tranmere Rovers, but the ladies' reserve team has given the club an achievement to celebrate.
 
Under the managership of Lauren Davies and Matty Edwards, and captained by Kiah Sullivan, the reserves have won the Liverpool County Women's League title by a margin of five points from nearest rivals Burscough Dynamo.
 
Tranmere got off to a good start by winning their opening three matches and were always in contention from that point, making sure of clinching the title in their final match when they beat Liverpool Marshalls Feds Development 3-1.
 
The top goalscorers in the team are Olivia Hulmston, Millie Williams, Oceia Thomas and Candice Nellist, all of whom weighed in with their fair share of goals this season.
 
"With the age of the squad and the majority of the girls coming up through our youth system to play for this reserve team, a lot of the games we have played have been close," first team manager Louise Edwards told Women's Soccer Scene. "The girls have developed well as a team, and have taken each week and game as it comes.
 
"With injuries to our first team, which has left them relegated from the FA Women's Premier League, we have had to use some of the younger players from the reserves to play for the first team which although has been a great experience for them, it has sometimes left the reserves short of players. They have always just got on with the job in hand despite some very difficult games, and have proved worthy winners of the league.
 
"Everyone at the club has shown a brilliant attitude with the overall desire of wanting to improve not only individually, but as a team as well and this has always been our main aim. We have always tried to provide an environment that is enjoyable and comfortable to learn and develop in.
 
"The reserves success has been down to the hard work and commitment from the players and staff, and they are a credit to the football club. Hopefully, the players in this team can continue to improve and push for places in our first team next season."
 

 
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