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Back Row (Left- Right): Kerthney Carty Kat Mace, Natalie Barnes, Shylla Carty - Duhaney, Ellie Parker, Sinead Thompson, Alex Dover, Simone O' brien, Dave Ward ( Coach),

Front Row (Left- Right): Amy Saunders, Sarah Reid, Melissa Callaway, Tina Brett, Laura Palfrey, Lucy Casey, Grainne Mcnally

History Of Our Ladies

Season 2018/19 introduces new team manager Jamie Barratt and lots of returning players from previous seasons.

Maidenhead United FC Ladies currently compete in the FA Women's National South West division 1:
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Season 2017/18 Maidenhead Ladies finished in 8th positions, this season proved to be a challenge with some competing teams showing strength and determination. At the end of this season the ladies said goodbye to K.C who had been the ladies manager for the past few seasons. The ladies will be staying in the same league next season and hope to rise to the challenge of competing in the newly name FA Womens National league.


Season 2016/17 saw the ladies finishing 7th in the table, after a tough season full of injuries and postponed / rearrange games. The ladies competed under tough conditions in this season, however on occasions the ladies played with minimal players and come away with a result. The team saw it through a very up and down season but continued to battle and be positive throughout. Next season the ladies will aim to strengthen the team and introduce young enthusiastic players.

Season 2016/17 brought some new challenges to MULFC but that did not stop us, unfortunately there were multiple injuries this season often leaving a small squad to fight the battle. However the true MULFC team spirit did not break and often getting a great result and fighting until the very end! The ladies finished 7th this season which is still on target, next season the ladies will be looking to improve on this position and finishing in the top half of the table with a stable solid enthusiastic team.


2015/16 being there first season in the league. MLFC have achieved their goal of finishing mid table and a few extras on the way being North Hants Cup winners and Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up.

In season 2014/15 MLFC walked the Southern Region premier division league finishing 14 points clear at the top of the table having won 17 out of 18 league games. This season the ladies were also North Hants cup winners and runners up in the Berks and Bucks county cup.

Season 2013/14 MLFC won the league on the last day of the season however a point was deducted by the league leaving the ladies to compete another season in the premier division.

Seasons 2012/13, 2011/12, 2010/11, 2009/10 MLFC were building foundations competing in the premier division, in all four season they maintained position in the top half of the table. Achieving league cup runner up, Chairman's cup winners in 2010/11.

Season 2008/09 MLFC was formed and entered to play in the Southern region premier division one league. This season proved to be a first of many achievements as the ladies won the league 10 points clear at the top of the table being promoted to Southern region Premier division.

Formerly Burnham LFC, Maidenhead United FC Ladies was newly formed at the beginning of the season 08/09.

Honours

2015/16:
- North Hants Cup winners
- Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up

2015/2016:
- North Hants Cup winners
- Berks and Bucks County Cup winners

2014/15:
- North Hants Cup winners
- Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up
- League Winners

2013/15:
- League Winners

2011/12:
- League runners up

2008/09:
- League winners

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Ladies team Goal By Tina Brett

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