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Kick off 14:00 (UK)

28 January 2024 Venue Devon FA HQ Attendance

Kick off 14:00 (UK)

Plymouth Argyle Women
0 - 4
Oxford United Women
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PREVIEW Plymouth Argyle Women v Oxford United Women

U's look to continue winning run at Argyle

26 January 2024

Oxford United Women return to action on Sunday when they make the long trip to Plymouth in the National League Southern Premier Division.

The Development side stepped in to help the U’s reach the next round of the County Cup last Sunday but the first team play for the first time in two weeks as they look to make it six wins in a row.

New signing Nic Gibson is likely to be involved and boss Sam Rose is looking forward to the trip

“It’s a long journey but we will prepare properly and we will be ready. We had a very close game in the FA Cup at Plymouth just before Christmas, losing on penalties so we know what Plymouth are all about and we know it will be another close game. We created chances that day and have to learn lessons from it and hopefully make amends on Sunday.

“We had a break over Christmas having won the last game before that we then did really well and won the first one after as well so we are in good form. We are on the front foot in games, pressing well and taking the game to teams. We are making progress as a team and we want to keep that going on Sunday.”

The game is at Coach Road, Newton Abbott, TQ12 1EL. With a 2pm Kick Off.

Ticket's cost £5 with concessions £3 and U16s FREE. Pay on the gate.


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Match Reports

Women Cruise Past Plymouth

Plymouth Argyle Women 0-4 OUWFC. Match Report.

29 January 2024

Oxford United Women made it six League wins in a row to cruise past Plymouth Argyle in the Southern Premier Division on Sunday afternoon.

Zoe Barratt notched her second hat-trick in as many games, with Izzy Cook scoring her first goal since returning from injury to wrap up the win in the South-West.

Fresh off the back of her first career hat-trick last time out, Barratt wasn’t showing any signs of slowing down; within ten minutes she opened the scoring.

Latching on to a ball over the top from Cecily Wellesley-Smith, who recently received another call up to the Lionesses U17 Squad, the U’s number nine confidently slotted home.


Five minutes later and United had a second. Cook has worked tirelessly to recover from a foot injury and brings pace and directness to the Oxford front line. When Shelly Provan picked her out at the back post, she nodded home to double the advantage – her first ever goal scored with her head.

Barratt then rounded off a perfect first half display, picking out the top corner as she has done so often this season to make it three in the 37th minute.


The formidable striker wasn’t done there and had back-to-back hat-tricks within three minutes of the restart. Skipper Leah Burridge’s slid her in after an intricate passing move, and she duly obliged to tuck home with her left foot to make it twenty goals for the campaign – a marvellous achievement in January.

It was professional from there on out from the U’s. Lacy Liggett, Katie Sherwood and Anais Trinci replaced Barratt, Shaunna Jenkins and Sarah King, and the Yellow’s saw out victory to put right the FA Cup defeat they suffered at Coach Road in December.

Six wins in a row in the League, four wins out of four in the Division for Sam Rose since taking over. On to London Bees away on the 4th of February.

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