International Development News
Development News Edition

Manchester crushes Aston to flying start in Women’s Championship

Manchester United thrashed Aston Villa 12-0 in their first league match for more than 10 years as the top two tiers of women's football in England got fully underway on Sunday.

United, in the second tier Championship, are playing their first league campaign since their previous team was disbanded in 2005.

Striker Jess Sigsworth scored five for Casey Stoney's fully professional side. Lauren James and Kirsty Hanson bagged braces, while Katie Zelem, Mollie Green and Ella Toone also scored.

Super League champions Chelsea were held to a goalless draw at home by Manchester City who finished runners-up last year in the top tier.

Arsenal is the early pacesetters after putting five past Liverpool without reply with Dutch forward Vivianne Miedema scoring a hat-trick. The Gunners are followed by Reading who beat Yeovil Town 4-0.

Birmingham City forward Charlie Wellings scored after just 42 seconds and it proved enough to see off Everton 1-0. Former England manager Hope Powell's Brighton & Hove Albion were undone by a second-half strike from Lucy Graham as Bristol City beat the Seagulls 1-0.

In the Championship, Tottenham Hotspur came from behind to beat London Bees 2-1, while Leicester City ran out 2-0 winners at Crystal Palace. Lewes enjoyed a 3-0 win at Millwall Lionesses and Durham beat Sheffield United 2-0 on Saturday.

This season is the first in a newly-rebranded format for England's top two divisions, where all 11 teams in the Super League are fully professional.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)



'No escape from telephones', this 1953 prediction actually comes true

In 1953, a telephone company chief predicted that therell be no escape from telephones in the future....

With Ayodhya verdict, CJI starts clearing high profile pending cases

Ending all the speculations, the Chief Justice of India Mr. Ranjan Gogoi who is due to retire on November 17 decided to deliver the verdict in Ayodya dispute at 10.30 am on Saturday which is not a working day for the Supreme Court. This is ...

How partnerships and collaborations could enhance teacher training

Monica Malhotra Kandhari, Managing Director, MBD Group shares her views on public private partnership and collaborations in education sector. She supports her propositions with her organisations success stories....

Fixed Test centers would facelift level of WTC in India

The venues for the test matches in India should be fixed so that World Test Championship matches remain fair....


Latest News

Natalie Dreyfuss lands recurring role in 'The Flash'

The Originals star Natalie Dreyfuss is set to star in a recurring role in the six season of The Flash series. The actor will play Sue Dearbon in The CW show based on the DC superhero, reported TVLine.Described as possessing a fierce intelli...

Fadnavis heckled at Bal Thackeray's death anniversary function

Former Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis was on Sunday heckled by some slogan-shouting workers of the Shiv Sena as he left Shivaji Park here after paying tribute to Bal Thackeray on his seventh death anniversary. Some workers of ...

Pope's Asian agenda: Atomic bombs, martyrs, family reunion

Pope Francis has agendas both pastoral and personal for his trip to Asia, where hell appeal for global nuclear disarmament at the sites of the atomic bomb and minister to two tiny Catholic communities that have suffered gruesome periods of ...

UPDATE 1-NUMSA plans further strike in S.Africa's aviation industry after SAA talks go nowhere

A union called a strike at South African Airways SAA threatened on Sunday to shut down the countrys entire aviation sector with further industrial action after talks with the state-run carrier ended without a deal.SAA was forced to cancel h...

Give Feedback