After Hull City Ladies’ match against Burnley Women away was cancelled, the Tigresses now play West Brom Women this Sunday at Haworth Park, 2 pm kick off.


After securing a fantastic win against Sunderland Ladies, the Tigresses were beaten 2-1 against Huddersfield Town Women on a wet and windy Wednesday night at Haworth Park. Then Fylde Women sealed a 4-2 victory against HCL in a game of two halves.

Hull City Ladies responded twice after Fylde scored, Jo Symington levelled the scores four minutes after Emily Hollinshead scored Fylde’s first and a fantastic Emily Smith individual goal levelled the scoring again just seven minutes after Faye McCoy scored Fylde’s second but Jodie Redgrave and Jess Holbrook goals earned Fylde all three points.

West Brom have won two, drawn one lost two in their last five games and sit 5th in the FA Women’s National League. Last time out West Brom suffered a 3-2 loss against Stoke. Trina Greaves and Jess Davies found the net for West Brom but a Lizzie Steele brace and a goal from Ali Hall meant the visitors took all three points back to Staffordshire.

Last Outing

The last meeting between the two sides was the last match of the 2019/20 season before the season was expunged. Hull City Ladies went 2-1 up against a West Brom side who secured two places in finals this year, the County Cup Final and the National League Plate Final. A fantastic lob from Emily Smith and a 25-yarder goal from Harley Skinner got the Tigresses goals but goals from Keeley Davies, Evie Gallop, and Leigh Dugmore completed West Brom’s second-half comeback.

Ones to watch

Costello said, two weeks ago after the Fylde loss: “There are some many positives to take, one thing out of all it, is to look at the girls’ work rate, you cannot complain about the work rate last year I would have complained like mad.

Another positive was Aoife Brannigan who came up from the reserves, I called her last night at 10 pm to tell her can you come and play for the first team. She came in and I thought she played really well and I’ve said to her you can train with the first team because she needs to she was quality today she might go back to the reserves but she needs to step up and train for the first team.”

Last week’s player to watch was Captain Jo Symington, as the Tigresses didn’t play last week, this week’s player to watch is still Symington. Symington puts her body on the line, each week, and Tigresses will look to her for some leadership when they take on West Brom Women, this Sunday afternoon.


1 Abi Wallace, 2 Eden Pedersen, 3 Meg Render, 4 Emma Westmorland, 5 Ellice Jackman, 6 Tillie Oxley, 7 Liberty Bott, 8 Ellie Tanser, 9 Jo Symington, 10 Rachael Ackroyd, 11 Rebecca Beech, 12 Emily Smith, 13 Sharla Cone, 14 Katie Thompson, 15 Suey Smith, 16 Harley Skinner, 17 Mary Lisle, 18 Aaliyah Allen, 19 Bethany Padget, 20 Abbey Frederiksen, 21 Alice Stewart, 22 Jess Burton, 23 Holly Johnson-Collier, 24 Emily Spence, 25 Florence Pegrum, 26 Annabel Williams, 27 Maddie Blundell, 28 Aoife Brannigan, 29 Ace Kelly, 30 Jennifer Randall, 31 Faith Martin, 32 Lily Tankard, 33 Lucy McIntosh, 34 Lucy Warner-Bull, 35 Emma-Leigh Innes, 36 Amy Beech, 37 Scarlet Howard, 38 Tess Kirven, 39 Mollie Reaney, and 40 Megan Cooke

After not playing for a week, Sunday’s game is the first home game since The Tigresses lost to Huddersfield on a Wednesday night and Adi Costello is looking forward to be back playing as Hull City Ladies aim to bounce back this week.

“It’s the Hull City Ladies Revolution, get part of it, tell people in the City of Hull that you want to watch a good game of football then be part of this as these girls grafting and working so hard,” said Costello.

Haworth Park has a range of safety procedures and policies to ensure everyone is safe.

Key Details

Date/Time: Sunday 18 October, 2 00 pm.

Venue: Haworth Park, HU6 7DY

Tickets: Buy here!

*Written by Alex Robinson