Hornets Looking Ahead To New Start
FA Women's National League South awaits the Golden Girls...
THE FA Women's National League has confirmed the constitution of its divisions for the 2018/19 season, which will see the Golden Girls compete in the Southern Division, at Tier 3 of the pyramid.
It will be new surroundings for the side, who have competed in the WSL 2 for the past four seasons. The Hornets were league champions in the 2006/07 season, finishing ten points clear of Portsmouth in second place, and were promoted to the top tier.
The Golden Girls will also play in the Reserve section of the League, facing the reserve teams of clubs in Tiers 2, 3, and 4 of the pyramid.
Armand Kavaja will lead the side as Head Coach, and will continue to be assisted by Clinton Lancaster as the Golden Girls will look to make an impression in what is a competitive division.
Sunday August 19 will see the league kick-off, with the Reserve division commencing a couple of weeks later. Fixtures will be released in July.
Kings Langley FC continues as home for both sides, with extensive pitch works commencing this week, as the Hornets will look to maintain an operation worthy of the highest divisions.
The full line-up for the National League South is: C & K Basildon, Cardiff City, Chichester City, Coventry United, Crystal Palace, Gillingham, Milton Keynes Dons, Oxford United, Portsmouth, Plymouth Argyle, Queens Park Rangers, Watford FC Ladies.