The Clapton Community FC women’s first team are still fighting on three fronts with a John Greenacre Memorial Trophy game next up on Sunday, April 2.
After last week’s marvellous cup exploits, it is back to the promotion chase for the women’s first team on Sunday.
A fifth giant-killing and a fifth penalty shoot-out win of an extraordinary season fired the women’s first team to the Capital Women’s Cup final.
The Clapton CFC women’s first team have proved to be giant-killing specialists this season but we’ll need to be on top of our game again here.
The women’s first team lost their first league game of the season, and indeed the first at home for 17 months.
Sunday will see our fifth meeting with the Comets and it’s honours even with two wins to each side so far.
A fourth penalty shoot-out win of a memorable season fired Clapton CFC into the quarter-final of the John Greenacre Memorial Trophy.
The women’s first team may be out of the FA Cup despite that record-smashing run to the third round – but there’s still two cups to play for.
Clapton CFC squeezed through into the semi-final of the Capital Women’s Cup but were made to work hard for it by a resilient Sutton United U23s side.
QPR Reserves are a division below us, but don’t be lulled into complacency. They won 6-1 away in the last round at a full-strength Bromley, who are one of three promotion candidates in our own division.