Scots in six-goal sickener.
Scotland's women failed to break their English hoodoo when they crashed 6- 0 to the Auld auld
Adj. 1. auld - a Scottish word; "auld lang syne"
old - of long duration; not new; "old tradition"; "old house"; "old wine"; "old country"; "old friendships"; "old money" Enemy at Bramall Lane Bramall Lane Stadium is the home of Sheffield United Football Club in Sheffield, England and is the oldest major stadium in the world still to be hosting professional football matches. yesterday.
Arsenal's Joanne Broadhurst rocked the Scots with a hat-trick, Doncaster Belles' Gillian Coultard Gillian Coultard is a retired English football player, and former England captain. She is England Women's most capped international, with 119 appearances; she is also the second highest capped England international ever, with only Peter Shilton gaining more with 125. hit two and Everton star Maureen Marley piled on the agony when she scored with a header.
It was England's 11th victory in 12 games against Scotland.
As the Scots struggled in the second half England boss Ted Copeland brought on three 16- year-olds - keeper Rachel Brown Rachel Brown (born July 2 1980) is an English footballer, currently playing as goalkeeper for Everton Ladies and England Women.
After a long spell out with injury, Brown returned to the England team against Sweden in the last group game of Women’s Euro 2005. , Marie-Anne Catterall and Sue Smith.
All three kids could reckon in his squad for the friendly against Italy in Turin on April 23.