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24 September 2023 Venue Stadium MK Attendance

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Milton Keynes Dons
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Billericay Town
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Preview: Billericay Town Women

MK Dons Women look to bounce-back at Stadium MK…

22 September 2023

MK Dons Women return to Stadium MK action on Sunday afternoon as they host Billericay Town in their upcoming FAWNL Southern Premier Division clash.

Previously, Dons Women suffered a setback which saw Cheltenham Town take all three points in the most-recent league skirmish. However, the hosts will seek to return to winning ways on their home soil.

Due to their recent result, Charlie Bill’s Women dropped to seventh in the league table, although if the team were to acquire three points against Billericay, they could ascend to within the top four teams of the league.

Kick-off is at 2:00pm.

Billericay Town currently sit above MK Dons with one point between the two teams. Town have accumulated a total of eight points so far from two wins and two draws with only one loss to their name.

Town’s only league defeat so far this season was against the current third-place side, Rugby Borough. MK Dons will look to increase the travelling team’s tally of defeats this weekend.

MK Dons saw late heartbreak through an action-packed final 15 minutes of the Cheltenham clash. Although the Robins opened the scoring, the visitors overturned their lead and produced a 3-1 score-line.

Yet, to the Dons’ dismay, the action didn’t conclude there. The home side managed to claw their way back into the match and their resilience proved costly to MK Dons, who suffered a 4-3 defeat on the road as a result.

Billericay Town gathered their second draw of the season in a six-goal game against Cardiff City Ladies. Both teams crafted three goals throughout the 90 minutes played to produce a 3-3 score-line at the final whistle.

Tickets are available to buy for the upcoming FAWNL Stadium MK clash against Billericay Town on Sunday afternoon, kick-off is at 2:00pm

MK Dons Women’s Season Tickets holder will gain access for FREE whilst general admissions are priced at £5 adults and £3 for Under-17s.

If you wish to buy a ticket for the MK Dons Women’s fixture CLICK HERE, visit the Box Office at Stadium MK or call 01908 622933

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Match Reports

Report: MK Dons Women 1-1 Billericay Town

Laura Mitchell's fifth goal of the season earns MK Dons a share of Stadium MK spoils...

25 September 2023

Chris Foxwell Photography

MK Dons were held to a 1-1 draw by Billericay Town in their latest FAWNL Southern Premier Division clash at Stadium MK.

Laura Mitchell’s goal on the stroke of half-time cancelled out a 25th-minute opener from the visiting side, as the Dons were forced to settle for a point in front of the home supporters.

Head Coach Charlie Bill made one change to his starting line-up, with Gemma Biggadike returning in place of Georgie Giddings. Tricia Gould was back amongst the substitute as well while Lucy Wood made her long-awaited return to the matchday squad.

Chloe Sansom was forced into three early saves by the visiting Billericay, who eventually broke the deadlock on 25 minutes when Ruby Sealey’s cross was inadvertently diverted into the net off an MK Dons shirt.

The Dons responded well and went close through Rhianne Rush, whose shot on the half-hour mark flew just wide. Sofia Stovold then had an effort saved before Megan Attenborough saw an 18-yard strike fall wide of the target.

Adekite Fatuga-Dada almost produced a stunning solo goal to equalise on 39 minutes but, after beating several Billericay defenders, she saw two efforts denied – the first by the goalkeeper and the second by the crossbar.

However, Bill’s side did manage to level the scores before the break and it came courtesy of their in-form forward, MITCHELL, who made it five goals in seven games on the stroke of half-time.

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Fatuga-Dada’s corner was initially met by the head of Stovold but it was MITCHELL who got the vital touch, turning the ball home from close range to ensure parity at the interval. 1-1.

The second half started in dramatic fashion, with the visitors reduced to 10 players when Madde Biggs was shown a straight red card for violent conduct.

Bill’s side pushed to make their player-advantage count, introducing fresh legs with 20 minutes to play – including handing Lucy Wood her first appearance since December 2022, owing to an injury.

The Dons saw an attempt cleared off the line in the closing stages while Lily Dolling also had a header saved, from Mitchell’s cross, late on.

Dolling and Wood both had efforts in stoppage-time, too, but neither were able to find a way past the Billericay goalkeeper, meaning the Dons were forced to settle for a share of the spoils at Stadium MK.

MK Dons: Sansom, Warren, Puddick, Biggadike, Beaver, Stovold, Mitchell, Rush, Coupar (Dolling 69), Attenborough (Wood 69), Fatuga-Dada (Gould 69).

Subs: Newman, Samuels.

Goal: Mitchell 45

Player of the Match: Rhianne Rush

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Ticket News

Watch MK Dons Women this Sunday at Stadium MK!

Tickets on sale for Sunday's FAWNL Southern Premier Division encounter...

20 September 2023

MK Dons Women return to Stadium MK action this Sunday when they take on Billericay Town in their latest FAWNL Southern Premier Division opener.

Charlie Bill's side will be looking to return to winning ways after their seven-goal thriller with Cheltenham Town last weekend. Kick-off on Sunday is at 2pm.

Tickets are on sale now from the Box Office and online, priced at £5 adults and £3 under-17s. To purchase tickets CLICK HERE, visit the Box Office or call 01908 622933.

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