Torquay United Ladies kick started 2018 as they finished 2017. 3 points, 3 goals and a clean sheet the new year with a good victory over a much improved Downend Flyers team. Sian Chapman open the scoring in the 20th minute after a great cross from Georgia Mann. Mann was enjoying success on the right
We would like to wish the Yellow Army and all of our sponsors and people that support the Club, a very merry Christmas. Whatever you are doing this Christmas Day, we hope you enjoy yourself, and we’ll see the travelling fans at Eastleigh on Boxing Day. You can find ticket and travel details for our
TULFC return from AEK Boco with a clean sheet and three points after a 9-0 victory. TULFC made an usually slow start and had to contend with a very boggy sticky pitch. The team settled after about twenty minutes and started to play some free flowing football. All of a sudden things clicked, and there
Torquay United Ladies came up against their Exeter City counterparts for the second time in a row on Sunday. They came away with another victory, this time winning 1-0. Exeter are a young team who break quickly on their opponents and play some clever football. Skipper Danni Skinner and winger Hope Suonimen caused all sorts
TULFC were victorious once again at the weekend after beating Bishops Lydeard 3-2 The game was played in far from ideal conditions but the team performed admirably. With a few injuries and illnesses in the squad, Naomi Binding came into the starting line-up and slotted into a back three alongside Alex Sheppard and Adele Rogers.
TULFC ladies returned from Keynsham with 3 points, a clean sheet and a hat-trick for Sian Chapman. With the squad hit by injuries and illness, there were a few changes in the starting line-up including a first start for striker Danni Wyatt. TULFC started the game the brighter of the two sides creating several chances