Date: 24th December 2017 at 4:05pm
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A seasonal edition for supporters of record County Cup winners York City Ladies.

A seasonal edition for supporters of record County Cup winners York City Ladies.

1. City Ladies began their season by defeating which side in the League Cup?

2. Winger Jazz Whitwell returned to the club in the summer after a season playing for which WPL outfit?

3. Name the goalkeeper making her debut in the recent 3-0 defeat to Norton & Stockton Ancients.

4. Which player scored twice to help bring up a first league win of the season at Castleford White Rose last month?

5. Which side put ten goals past City at Haxby Road twelve months ago?


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Q4. She scored twice to set up a first league win of the season

6. Which club did City defeat 3-2 at home last season just seven days after losing the reverse fixture 6-0?

7. Name the City goalkeeper who headed a dramatic injury-time equaliser against the club’s own reserves in the latest County Cup final victory?

8. City’s biggest league win last season was by a 9-1 scoreline against which club?

9. Who scored 21 goals for City’s reserves last season before joining Harrogate Town Ladies in the summer?

10. Where was the venue for last season’s dramatic all-Minsterbelles County Cup final?


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Q14. Belles favourite Josie Hewson is back with the club this season

11. Who scored a hat-trick for City in the final game of last season?

12. Which team did City defeat when winning their first ever County Cup in 2006?

13. Which player scored 20 goals for City’s reserves last season but hasn’t played since due to injury?

14. Belles favourite Josie Hewson is back with the club after spells at which two WPL sides?

15. Can you identify these Belles hidden in anagram form?

(a) Heroic Closeup (b) Ball Much Here (c) Eagle Liner (d) Cam Met Frog (e) Famed Hob Girl (f) Madrigal Yule (g) Crash Awhile (h) Hello Its Him (i) Lunch Led Lily (j) Rich Held Lather


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Q15. Christmas Belles: There’s ten hidden in anagram form