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Women's Under-17s wait to hear Euro qualification fate

Monday, 20 March 2017


Scotland Women’s Under-17s have given themselves a chance of securing a place at the UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship in May in Czech Republic.

 

Across in Serbia for the Elite Round, they finished the three games undefeated with two draws and a victory.

 

 

First up Pauline Hamill’s side took on Hungary and went behind after six minutes but Scotland weren’t slow in responding and scored just three minutes later through Morgan Cross with the match finishing 1-1.

 

Two days later they drew 0-0 against the group winners Republic of Ireland.

 

On Saturday (18 March) they defeated Serbia 2-1. They were 1-0 behind after just 9 minutes but goals from Michaela McAlonie and substitute Lauren Davidson secured the win.

 

The result leaves Scotland second in the table and with five other groups still to complete their matches, the runners-up with the best record against the teams first and third in their section will progress to the finals.

 

UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship Elite Round Results

 

Monday, 13 March: Scotland 1-1 Hungary

Wednesday, 15 March: Scotland 0-0 Republic of Ireland

Saturday, 18 March: Scotland 2-1 Serbia

 

Scotland Women's Under-17 Squad

 

Goalkeepers

 

Jade Baillie (Celtic)

Kiera Gibson (Celtic)

 

Defenders

 

Georgia Adderle (Spartans)

Nicole Cameron (Celtic)

Jenna Clark (Rangers)

Leah Eddie (Central Girls Academy)

Kirsten Laing (Hibs Development)

Jemma Marriott (Rangers)

Sara McWhirter (Celtic)

 

Midfielders

 

Michaela McAlonie (Hearts)

Kaela McDonald-Nguah (Celtic)

Kirstie McIntosh (Central Girls Academy)

Amy Muir (Rangers)

Jamie-Lee Napier (Celtic)

Elena Santoyo-Brown (Boroughmuir Thistle)

 

Forwards

 

Morgan Cross (Central Girls Academy)

Lauren Davidson (Glasgow City)

Naomi Welch (Central Girls Academy)

 

 


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