Swansea City 6-2 Bridgwater United Women

BRIDGWATER United Women suffered a 6-2 defeat away from home against Swansea City Women at the weekend.

It was a difficult match, but against a higher opposition to the Bridgwater players can still take positives from the encounter.

The Swans raced to an early lead and held a 4-0 advantage by half-time, with two goals from Stacey John-Davis as well as strikes from two different trialists.

Monet Legall made it five after the break before Bridgwater got their first of the afternoon. Chloe Chivers restored a five-goal lead when she netted the Swans sixth of the afternoon with 12 minutes remaining but the visiting side found a way past young Swansea keeper Opal Rayner for a second time in the closing stages.

In other news at the club, Bridgwater United Women has been drawn away to AFC Bournemouth in the Determining Round of the FAWNL Cup.

The match will take place on August 27.