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Women's First Team

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Team Information

Manager is Leon Clarke

Play in the
 Tesco Women's Premier League (Northern Division) 
at Yorkshire Amateurs Bracken Edge ground, Roxholme Road, Leeds  LS7 4EE 

Results     (Or try the FA website).
Table  (From the FA website).






County Cup - Qtr. Final
Castleford 1 v 5 Vixens

Sunday 20th February 2011

Leeds City Vixens ensured a comfortable passage to the semi-finals of the County Cup beating Castleford White Rose, despite a lack of personnel which meant they played the match with 10 players.

It was a satisfactory 5 - 1 win for the Vixens, which in truth they should've won by a bigger margin. Hague and Clark both missed penalties as they threatened to tot up a cricket score, while Stacey Daniels, Clark and Meganne Paul were all guilty of profligacy in front of goal.


Despite a number of players carrying injuries and the numerical disadvantage, the Vixens always looked in control against their lower-league opposition and with two minutes gone, Daniels and Walsh linked up to set Highway through on goal. Her low drive across the keeper nestled in the bottom left corner and from then on, it was all Vixens pressure. Carla Woods in the away goal was forced into action a number of times and despite carrying an ankle injury, she stood firm time and time again. The Vixens should have had a second when a Hague free-kick was volleyed across goal by Sarah Dobby, Castleford's Sarah Williamson got the final touch for an owl goal but the referee disallowed it, seemingly for an offside. The action was unrelenting and when Ashalee Beckett brought down Dobby, the Vixens had a penalty which Hague blazed high and wide.The Vixens got their deserved second when Walsh, in possession in midfield, took one look at goal and lofted a brilliant shot over Beckett. It was in as soon as it left her boot, such was the dip and accuracy. Two nil down Castleford pulled one back before half time, when Highway was caught in possession, Woods despairing dive couldn't prevent Beresford's effort settling into the net at the far post.

In the second half Paul's cross set up Clarke for the Vixens third, which finally went in after Clark's initial effort came back off the bar. Clark grabbed her second shortly after, breezing past three defenders before a cool finish past Beckett, which was initially ruled out due to the linesman flagging for a foul but he was overruled by the referee.The Vixens then missed their second penalty, Clark taking responsibility but her effort was easily saved, before Hague made sure with her second penalty to wrap things up.
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Vixens v Curzon

Sunday 13th February 2011

In a major update of the fixtures due to the bad weather the remaining matches are now scheduled up to the end of April.

These now include next Sundays match at home to Curzon and an evening kick off at Curzon on Wednesday 30th March 2011.

See Womens results for more details.








Manchester City 0 v 3 Vixens

Sunday 23rd January 2011

Leeds City Vixens brushed aside the challenge of Manchester City Ladies at Sport City to record a deserved 3-0 victory.

With poor weather disrupting the league fixtures, the Vixens were taking to the field for a competitive league game for the first time in two months, but their performance showed just how hard they've been working in training as there were no signs of rustiness.

City started stronger, putting the visitors under pressure from the off but with just 15 minutes gone, a City midfielder suffered a serious injury which brought a half hour stoppage to the game whilst the ambulance arrived. The stoppage put paid to City's high tempo game and after the restart the Vixens grew in confidence as they sought to turn the screw. It paid off as Katherine Bird's left wing run was brought to a halt with a reckless challenge from a City defender in the box. The referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot and Natalie Haigh smashed the penalty straight down the centre of the goal to put the Vixens ahead 1-0. The Vixens were beginning to dominate the midfield battle with Hannah Spreckley commanding the play. It was clear City were struggling as Krystle Johnston and Lindsey Savage resorted to petty fouls and off-the-ball digs in a bid to stem the Vixens's flow. A free kick just outside the area was teed up for Spreckley who saw a fierce shot cannon back off the upright. The Vixens finished the first half a goal to nil up.

The second half carried on where the first left off as the Vixens continued to dominate the midfield with the excellent Paul and tireless Annie Highway causing City all sorts of problems at the back. With 56 minutes gone, the Vixens struck again. Bird's corner found its way to the back post where Meganne Paul slotted a cool finish past Danni Brown in the Manchester goal to make it 2-0 to the visitors.

The Vixens were rarely troubled at the back with a solid back line and looked confident with Carla Wood in goal who was imperious in commanding her area. Despite dominating the possession and having a number of chances, it wasn't until the 82nd minute when things were wrapped up. A cross from the Vixens right was headed in by an unmarked Dobby whose industrious performance earned a well deserved goal to make the final score 3-0 to the Vixens.

City paid dearly for underestimating the Vixens who thoroughly deserved such a convincing victory, and with the worst of the cold weather seemingly out of the way, they will be hoping to string a run of form together as they clearly have the potential to achieve more than their current league standing would suggest.

The Vixens today were:
Wood, Smith, Haigh, Bird, Paul, Clarke (Fuller), Spreckley, Dobby, Bevan, Brace, Highway.
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Coventry 4 v 1 Vixens

Sunday 14th November 2010

Coventry City Ladies withstood a second half hammering to claim three points against Leeds City Vixens who are now without a win from their last five matches. The Vixens will look back at a host of missed chances which they failed to capitalise on during a prolonged period of dominance after a poor first half showing at Pingles Leisure Centre, Nuneaton.

Both sides struggled to find any early rhythm but as City got into their stride, the Vixens had no answer to their superior passing and with just 15 minutes gone, City took the lead through their number nine who netted the rebound after Kelly Bevan saved the initial shot. With half an hour gone, the Vixens couldn't keep possession and sloppy passing cost them, this time a clearance from Sarah Dobby left Bevan exposed and it was two nil. It got worse for the Vixens as Becky Kendell was forced off through illness, replaced by Natalie Bruce and minutes later, Camille Clarke was unable to continue through injury and was replaced by Annie Highway.

The Vixens emerged for the second half with new found belief and just five minutes after the restart the Vixens were back in it. The manager's decision to push Vanessa Romero forward, allowing Hannah Spreckley to run the midfield paid dividends as they settled into the game with confidence. Vixens pressure resulted in a corner, which was swung in by the excellent Natalie Haigh and Leanne Smith flung herself at the ball, chesting it in to make it 2-1. Not conventional but effective none-the-less.

The Vixens were on top, passing with confidence and creating openings and while they had a number of shots at goal, few really tested the home keeper and despite City sitting deeper and deeper, the Vixens were frustrated as shots were hacked off the line and a killer instinct was lacking. As the Vixens pushed forward in search of the equaliser, City broke and scored twice in the last two minutes.

The score line was a world away from how the match panned out but manager Leon Clarke will take plenty of positives from his second game in charge.

The Vixens today were:
Bevan, Cockerill, Haigh, Bird, Paul, Clarke (Highway), Smith, Spreckley, Dobby, Romero, Kendell (Bruce).






Rochdale 6 v 3 Vixens

Sunday 31st October 2010

Rochdale Ladies came out on top after a controversial penalty and a large portion of luck saw Rochdale emerge 6-3 winners at Chadderton FC in a game that had a bit of everything.

Rochdale took the lead through Stephanie Bell from a corner before Daniels equalised for the Vixens just after half time. Rochdale regained the lead after Corina Fuller in the Vixens goal parried a shot into the path of Keeleigh Savage and went 3-1 ahead when Rachel Woods' curling effort beat Fuller. Kendel then hauled the Vixens back in the tie, lobbing the keeper with a cross-come-shot before Daniels grabbed her 2nd with an excellently taken lob over the onrushing Rochdale keeper to make it 3-3.

Confusion and controversy reigned as Carla Woods conceded what was a clear penalty but as Vixens skipper Michelle Walsh protested, the referee produced a yellow card and then a straight red. The Vixens were down to ten, and Alyson Hastie converted the penalty for Rochdale taking the score to 4-3. The Vixens didn't look out of the game and Daniel especially always looked a threat while Hannah Spreckley and Kendel were providing the support but the loss of Sarah Dobby in midfield was a huge disappointment and adds to an ever-growing Vixens injury list. Rochdale looked to have killed off the game after a back-pass from Ruth Cockerill was misjudged by Fuller who slipped, allowing Wood to finish in the empty net to make it 5-3.

Rochdale rode their luck on several occasions but capitalised on the Vixen errors and then late on, Rochdale added the gloss to an undeservedly harsh score line as Hastie's shot went through two sets of legs before just crawling over the line, 6-3 the final score.






Derby 1 v 2 Vixens

Sunday 19th September 2010

The Vixens got their first win of the new season today. Winning 2 - 1 away at Derby.

Meganne scored the first after 7 minutes and Stacey the second before half-time. Derby got a late consolation goal in the closing minutes.











Team Information

Managers were Lisa Woodhead & Leon Clarke.
Assisted by Colin Sherman

Played in the
 Tesco Women's Premier League (Northern Division) 

Results 
Table 






County Cup Final

Tuesday 27th April 2010

Women's County Cup Final at WRCFA Fleet lane, Woodlesford LS26 8NX
LEEDS CARNEGIE 1 v 4 LEEDS CITY VIXENS

Raising the cup

Report, Pictures and Video.















Team Information

Manager was Matt Le Claire.

Played in the  Northern Combination League.

Results  
Table 




LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

Sunday 3rd May 2009


Congratulations to our Women's side who finally won the league today after several years of finishing the bridesmaid and will be promoted to the Women's premier league Northern division for the first time in their history.
This puts them amongst the top 36 teams in the country and just one step away from the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea.

Go Girls !

League champions

Pictured with the trophy are the league winning squad.












Team Information

Manager was Matt Le Claire assisted by Lisa Woodhead.

Played in the  Northern Combination League.

Results    
Table 












Team Information

Manager was Martin Cockerill assisted by Lisa Woodhead.

Played in the  Northern Combination League.

Results   
Table

womens Awards





End of season Cup final fever

Wednesday 25th April 2007

WOMEN'S  COUNTY CUP final at WRCFA Fleet lane, Woodlesford.
LEEDS UTD 1 v 2 LEEDS CITY VIXENS

Raising the cup  3 Pictures (0.4Mb) and Video.













Team Information

Manager was Martin Cockerill.

Played in the  Northern Combination League.

Results   
Table





Last minute equalizer

8th January 2006

FA Cup 4th Round, Leeds City Vixens 4 v 5 Aston Villa Ladies (AET).

last minute equaliser

The Vixens scored a last minute equaliser to force extra-time, But it was not to be after Aston Villa scored again in extra-time. Eventual cup winners Arsenal would have been the prize in the next round.

Vixens last minute equaliser.  mpeg video - 20 sec - 2 Mb.

Aston Villa Ladies website report










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