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ENGLAND were held to a disappointing 1-1 draw by Mexico in their opening game of the Women's World Cup at Wolfsburg's Volkswagen Arena yesterday.
KIM Little marked her 50th appearance for Scotland with the opening goal in an impressive 2-0 win over England in Nicosia.
Sexist football pundits will surprise no-one, but the problem is widespread in other walks of life, says Gina Davidson
SCOTLAND football coach Anna Signeul has four Hibs players in her squad for the final two Women's World Cup qualifiers.
NATASHA Dowie ensured a day of mixed fortunes in her family when she scored a dramatic extra-time winner as Everton beat Arsenal 3-2 in a thrilling FA Women's Cup final.
SCOTLAND Women defeated Bulgaria 8-1 last night at the Falkirk Stadium to continue their great run in the World Cup qualifying campaign with four wins out of four.
THERE'S a new face in the Scotland women's football squad and, like policewomen, these girls are getting younger and younger. This one, indeed, is barely over eight months old.
SCOTLAND made heavy weather of beating Georgia 3-1 in their women's 2011 World Cup qualifying match at Tynecastle last night, but stayed hot on the heels of Group 3 favourites Denmark with a second win in five days.
JULIE Fleeting hopes to follow in the footsteps of Catriona Matthew and Kim Clijsters as the new mother prepares to return to competitive action for Arsenal Ladies this weekend.
ARSENAL striker Suzanne Grant is desperate for her professional footballer boyfriend to join her in London. And, unusually perhaps, she now boasts the greater bargaining power in this tug of love having scored the goal which clinched a sixth successive title for her club on Sunday.
KIM Little, the former Hibernian player from Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire, was Arsenal's teenage heroine yesterday when she scored the winning goal in the women's FA Cup final.
WHAT is the world's fastest growing sport? Extreme ironing? Finnish wife-carrying? Fred Goodwin-baiting? No, it is in fact women's football. According to Fifa, "Women's football is a sleeping giant about to explode."
HER footballing talent was first spotted on the streets of Cumbernauld, as an eight-year-old having a kickabout with her brother.
SCOTLAND Women's brave effort to qualify for the Uefa European finals in Finland next year ended the same way as many of the men's national campaigns has – in glorious failure, after claiming a 2-1 win in the second leg.
THERE was something typically Scottish about the manner in which our thriving women's football team squandered a position of strength to end up losing the biggest game in their history yesterday.
TYNECASTLE will host Scotland Women's crunch Euro 2009 play-off first leg against Russia on Sunday, October 26 (kick-off 3pm).
SCOTTISH football's governing body has launched a major project to encourage top women players to stay in the country.
FOR most Hearts fans, the past season has been one to forget, but 14-year-old Jambo Gemma Bartie has found solace in pulling on the green of arch-rivals Hibs.