Arsenal Ladies beat Spurs 10-0 with Rangers the guard of honour

PUBLISHED: 17:10 20 March 2017 | UPDATED: 17:10 20 March 2017

Bedwell Rangers at Arsenal FC. Picture: Arsenal Football Club/David Price.

Bedwell Rangers at Arsenal FC. Picture: Arsenal Football Club/David Price.


Bedwell Rangers U7s and U11s were the guard of honour at Arsenal Ladies’ FA Cup fifth round game against Spurs Ladies.

The match, played at Borehamwood’s Meadow Park ground, ended in a 10-0 victory for the Gunners, who now face a trip to Birmingham City in the quarter-finals after the draw was made on Monday.

Elsewhere for Bedwell Rangers, the club’s U10 Reds took part in the Hertfordshire Girls’ League Football Festival in Baldock.

They won through to the final against Harvesters in May after four victories, two draws and no defeats at the weekend.

Sickness contributed to the Rangers’ U14s being without several players for their latest game.

Herts Girls sportingly dropped to nine players themselves and won the match 1-0.

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