Women's November international round-up

By SFC Media time Mon 14 Nov International
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Southampton FC Women’s players have been in action around the globe over the weekend, as the international break continues.

Ashleigh Ward returned to her hometown Christchurch as New Zealand took on the Korea Republic in the first of two test matches. Ward was an unused sub as the side fell to a 1-0 loss but will return to action on Tuesday in a 7am GMT kick-off.

Megan Wynne was involved as Wales drew 1-1 with Finland at the Pinatar Arena in Spain on Saturday, coming on in the 73rd minute to replace goalscorer Carrie Jones.

Lucia Kendall captained the England U19 side in their match against the Netherlands on Monday afternoon, while Megan Collett started on the bench. The Young Lionesses lost out 2-1, with Aston Villa’s Olivia McLoughlin netting the consolation goal.

Kayla Rendell and Paige Peake were unused substitutes as England U23 saw out a 0-0 stalemate with Italy in Rome on Monday afternoon.


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