Colwill. The youngest, Helen Grant, a 14-year-old Halifax schoolgirl playing alongside Great Britain's captain Jill Atkins, scored her first League goal last Sunday for Bradford Swithenbank and can be expected to cause a few problems for visiting Bracknell when the teams meet tomorrow at Keighley.
The 19-year-old Brunel University student, Bryony Hoskins, is expected to line up with the New Zealand captain, Kate Trolove, and Britain's Mandy Nicholls, as the front-runners for Ealing, in their home game at Hounslow's new ground against the Cup holders, Balsam Leicester.
Leicester, one of only four sides in the three divisions holding a 100 per cent record, will provide tough opposition for the West London club who already are becoming known as the 'first half only' club. Leicester will be without their 18-year-old international Lucy Cope, who is recovering from a stress fracture.
The champions and current leaders Ipswich travel to Clifton in confident mood. The West country side, under Sue Slocombe, has a number of promising youngsters in their ranks, in particular Charlotte Merrett, at centre-back.