Ladies latest: Owls are record breakers

16 February 2010 02:01
Wednesday women set new high score Sheffield Wednesday marched into the Sheffield and Hallamshire County Cup Semi-Final and broke a club scoring record on the way, after a 26-0 win over Dinnington Town FC. The Owls have now scored 43 goals in there last 2 games without reply. In form striker Tanya Rich scored 7 to top of a fine display, while new signing Kez Smith Put 6 away after a sterling performance. There were also goals for Hollie Barker (2), Beth Gingell (2), Mel Sherwood (2), Stacey Emmonds (4) while Rachel Skeemer scored a hat-trick. Speaking after the game captain Leanne Sevens, paid tribute to the record breaking side and looked forward to next weeks Semi – Final, "I think the girls should be really proud, to beat any record is a great achievement and it just shows how hard we are working and the team spirit we have got. Any Owls and Doncaster Rovers game is a great match and the fact it's a Semi - Final just adds to the occasion. We will go into it in great confidence and believe and we now know if we work hard for each other anything is possible." For more news and information regarding SWWFC, visit


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