Hull United squad to welcome Harrogate

United looking to continue their good form

Hull Uniteds first team go into Sunday’s game on the back of an emphatic win last weekend at Wakefield. Manager Lewis Poucher had this to say, “the girls again have trained exceptionally hard again last night and tbh me and The management team could not ask for more from them. We have lost Jess this week due to been away but Courtney comes back into the squad after playing 90 mins for the reserves last week. Sunday will be a very tough game for us and we will need to be at it from the start. However if we play like we did last week I am sure we can give anyone a game”.

Hull United Squad

Sarah Walters, Becky Walker, Courtney McConville, Skie Wyatt, Charley Sutherby, Sammie Rose, Eleanor Robinson, Lauren Holmes, Millie Sharp, Emma Smith, Amy Wardy, Jade Newlove, Ellie Worsley, Tonya Wild-Storr.

Hull United Women’s Reserve team travel to Preston this week looking to build on last week’s performance following the long break. Coaches Dave Blain and Chloe Robinson remain committed to the clubs ethos of supporting the development of young talent and continue to drive the progress of the squads younger players. Dave Blain states “it is essential that we maximize playing opportunities as the younger players continue their transition from girls to ladies open age football. We have some excellent established role models in the team already who utilise their experience and knowledge to support the club’s principles and values.’ We are very much looking forward to the game against Preston on Sunday and building on the teams progress so far”.

Hull United Reserve’s Squad

Sophie Adamson, Sarah Louise, Kacey Watson, Chelsea Braithwaite, Millie Day, Hannah O’Malley, Kira Blain, Chelsey Atkinson, Jamieleigh Neale – Wright, Natasha Linford, Fenella Rawson, Lucy Warner-Bull, Martha Brown.