A defeat for the Ladies in a close match at the PTS Academy Stadium after they conceded 2 late goals
Goalscorer:- Abbie Reboul
This evening, Alex Bartlett and Abbie Reboul both appeared on Radio Northampton’s “The Cobblers Show”
They discussed our upcoming season, and the game on 15th September with our rivals down the Nen’
You can hear the edited interview on our Radio page by clicking the link HERE
We have been drawn at HOME to Rising Hope Ladies in the Northamptonshire Women’s FA Cup
This tie is due to be played on Sunday 20th October at 2pm
We have also been drawn at HOME to Rise Park Ladies in the 1st Round of the East Midlands Women’s Regional Football League Cup.
The tie is due to be played on Sunday 27th October at 2pm.
A narrow defeat for the Ladies under the lights at Spencer FC
This evening (23rd August) the Ladies coaching session with Keith Curle appeared on ITV Anglia…
A win for the Ladies away in the sticks of Kettering
Goalscorers:- Macey York, Sarah Ewen & Nicole Andrejczuk
Another good win for the Ladies away in Corby
Goalscorers:- Andrejczuk, Bartlett, Tear, E. Billenness, Sarah Ewen and a debut goal for Mollie Marshall
A narrow defeat for the Ladies away in the “changing weather” at Bedford
Aimee Smith with the Cobblers Ladies consolation goal, after going 2-0 down in the 1st half.
Congratulations to the following players who have either signed (or re-signed) with us for the 2019-20 season.
Welcome to the squad!
Macey York Abbie Reboul Alex Bartlett Georgia Tear Jade Smallbones
Northampton Town Ladies will entertain their Peterborough United counterparts at the PTS Academy Stadium this September!
The Cobblers Ladies will take on the Posh on Sunday September 15th with a 2pm kick off.
Admission is free to Northampton Town season ticket holders and those who purchase a ticket for the Newport game the day before.
The prices for those who are not season ticket holders or who do not hold a Newport County match ticket are £3 per adult while all under 18s are free.
A good win for the Ladies in their 1st pre-season game under the new management team..
Goalscorers;- Nicole Andrejczuk 2, Georgia Tear & Emma Billenness
The successful Northampton Town Ladies team have seen a change of management over the summer as the squad prepare for life at a higher level.
Gary Moss and Steve Croft took over the Ladies first team in 2017/18 season and enjoyed success, winning the League Cup and County Cup and narrowly missing out on promotion in their first season.
The 2018/19 campaign saw them take things a step further, winning promotion to the East Midlands Premier Division.
At the end of the 2018/19 season, both managers made the difficult decision to take a step back from the first team as promotion brings with it more travelling and training time required, and with both having young families they made the decision to step aside and work with other teams in the club’s infrastructure.
The players, assistant manager Sarah Marrison and club secretary Kim Birtwistle would like to thank both for giving up their time over the past few years to take the team to where they have and even though they won’t be leaving the club, they will be missed by all.
The search therefore began for their replacements and Club Secretary, Kim Birtwistle had a tough task on her hands. After a extensive recruitment process, the decision was made to appoint two coaches who are already in the Northampton Town Ladies & Girls pathway, Josh Oldfield and Lou Barry (pictured).
Kim said, “I have worked with Lou and Josh now for over two years, both previously being part of our Elite girls pathway and currently coaching within our youth set up and in Josh’s case, also within the male academy. I thought they would be a perfect fit for the Ladies first team and will bring a lot knowledge and expertise to the team. Lou and Josh will be supported by Sarah Marrison as assistant coach with also support from Rob Hillery from time to time.
“We have an excellent team in place to take over this successful Northampton Town Ladies squad and push on for the 2019/20 season. Lots of exciting things are in the pipeline for the new season and everyone can’t wait to get started.”
For more information on the Northampton Town Ladies team please contact Kim Birtwistle by email at email@example.com
A tough opening game for the Ladies against a very good side….
We didn’t play too badly considering we were missing 5 players and gave debuts to 3 of our younger players…
Congratulations to Harriet, Lucy and Isobel for making their 1st team debuts.