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Magpies Ladies looking to remain unbeaten at home

PUBLISHED: 11:26 17 February 2017

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Harleston Magpies Ladies return to action tomorrow with a home game against Chelmsford (2pm).

Magpies will be looking for their high scoring team to continue their good form in the Investec Women’s League Conference East and to keep their unbeaten home record going.

Lauren Rowe is unavailable and Lauren Mickleburgh returns to the squad. Annie Nunn is still out injured. Rose Winter, Abby Gooderham and Maria Andrews are all involved in different England aged training groups this week.

Magpies beat Hampstead and Westminster 2-1 last weekend, and third in the table, with 26 points, but with the top two, leaders Wimbledon and Sevenoaks, without a game, they closed the gap on second place to just a point and four to top spot.

Chelmsford are seventh on 14 points. Earlier in the season Magpies won 2-1 at Chelmsford, with both goals scored by Maria Andrews.

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