MATCH REPORT | Barking 0 Dulwich 6

  • Date: Sunday 01 October 2023
  • Venue: Lawtech Stadium
  • Attendance: Unknown

Last Sunday the team travelled to East London to compete in this year’s Women’s FA Cup against Barking FC. 

On the back of four wins in a row, the team went into this game full of confidence and seeking to put in another high tempo performance to ensure that they would be draw for the next round. 

With Barking competing at the same league step as Dulwich and having been promoted the previous year, a tough cup tie was expected by the traveling Hamlet supporters. 

Whilst both

MATCH REPORT | Cheshunt 1 Dulwich 9

  • Date: Wednesday 27 September 2023
  • Venue: Theobalds Lane
  • Attendance: Unknown

Dulwich went on the attack from the off and within the first minute Lucy Monkman put through Rebecca May for an early chance from which the Cheshunt keeper saved comfortably.

However, just minutes later Hamlet were one nil up. Team captain Brit Saylor put in a cross from the right-hand side and Iris Lacey slotted the ball home at the back post.

Cheshunt had an early chance to equalise, however the free kick cleared the aways teams bar without troubling goalkeeper Saskia Reeves Priestley.

MATCH REPORT | Dulwich 2 Millwall Lionesses 0

  • Date: Tuesday 19 September 2023
  • Venue: Champion Hill
  • Attendance: 335

Champion Hill was full of anticipation for the local Derby against Millwall FC. It would be the first time they have met since our 2-1 defeat at the New Den in the final game of last season.

Before the game, Dulwich mischievously announced on social media that they had signed former Millwall player Angel Reid, who had come to training a couple of times and decided she wanted to take up our offer and sign with us. Reid played a key role on the left-wing in their win against us at the New Den in

  • Dulwich Hamlet Line Up: 1 Saskia Reeves-Priestley, 2 Jodie Lodge 3 Asia Harbour Brown, 8 Brit Saylor (c), 9 Summer Roberts (14 Lucy Monkman 87’), 12 Erin Corrigan, 15 Phoebe Read (6 Anna Jowle 76’), 17 Luna Alves Etienne (16 Tia Searle 45’) 18 Morgan Searle 19 Shakira Kafero-Roberts, 21 Lily Price Unused Substitution: 13 Ceylon Hickman 20 Minnie Cruttwell 13 Ceylon Hickman, Goalscorers: Kafero-Roberts 19’, Summer Roberts 25’
  • Opposition Line Up : Chrissie Wiggins, Tyra Poole (Shay Bennett 65’), Millie Connell, Chloe Burr (Emma Whitter 88’), Hannah Gilmour, Sophie Chapman, Olivia McGregor (Shannan Drewe 88’), Ella Bailey (Ellie Cole 35’), Emma Whitter (c)( Maddie Bone 74’), Shay Bennett (Emel Huseyin 35’), Shannan Drewe Unused Substitutions: Ellen Napper, Melissa Jones, Yellow Card: Ella Bailey 30’

Match Report | Dulwich Hamlet 2 Ashford United 0

  • Date: Sunday 10 September 2023
  • Venue: Champion Hill
  • Attendance: 225

Goals in the first half from Summer Roberts and captain Brit Saylor helped the Hamlet on their way to their first win of the season against newly promoted Ashford United.

It was the performance of Sharna Greenaway in the Ashford goal, combined with a slight lack of clinical finishing, that restricted us to just the two goals.

Going into this game, the team was on the back of back-to-back league defeats and despite giving a valiant effort against a very good Ebbsfleet United team last time

Match Report | Dulwich 2 Ebbsfleet United 4

  • Date: Sunday 03 September 2023
  • Venue: Champion Hill

Goals from Summer Roberts and Brit Saylor in the second-half weren't enough as the Hamlet lost 4-2 to Ebbsfleet United in their first home game of the season.

Following their defeat at Dartford two weeks ago, the Hamlet were looking to get back to winning ways at home in front of a strong Champion Hill crowd of 563.

Emerging to a cacophony of noise, and kicking off to a shower of confetti and pink and blue smoke, the Hamlet got themselves off to a strong start, playing on the front-foot in

Match Report | Dartford 2 - Dulwich Hamlet 1

  • Date: Sunday 20 August 2023
  • Venue: Princes Stadium
  • Attendance: Circa 110

The Hamlet began their 2023-24 season with a defeat in their season opener with Dartford, with the hostesses prevailing 2-1.

Two goals in a three minute spell inside the opening 15 minutes did the damage for the Darts, with Georgie Davis and Nicha Dyett both finding the back of the net.

Our first goal of the season came from Lily Price, a long-range effort which has become her trademark, but we were unable to find a second and share the points.

Ryan Dempsey handed full debuts to Jodie Lodge

Match Report | Millwall Lionesses 2 Dulwich Hamlet 1

  • Date: Friday 19 May 2023
  • Venue: The New Den
  • Attendance: 600

As far as end-of-season wraps go, playing in front of a raucous travelling support at The Den is a pretty damn good way to end the season for Ryan Dempsey and his side.

However, despite dominating the game in terms of chances created, it would be Millwall Lionesses who came out on top, a goal in either half earning them the win. It looked as though we might get something from the evening once Luna Alves Etienne levelled early in the second half, but an own goal from Beth Hartigan tipped the

Match Report | Saltdean United 0 Dulwich Hamlet 3

  • Venue: Hill Park
  • Attendance: 76

The Hamlet ended a barren run of form in fine style on the South Coast, beating fellow top four hopefuls Saltdean United 3-0 at Hill Park.

After Naomi Robinson headed past her own goalkeeper in the fourth minute, captain Brit Saylor added goals in either half to seal the three points, both goals coming from the penalty spot.

A below-par performance a week earlier against Dartford saw us reach an unwanted fourth consecutive loss, a first since we amalgamated with AFC Phoenix in 2019. It looked

Match Report | Dulwich Hamlet 2 Dartford FC 1

  • Venue: Champion Hill
  • Attendance: 376

Dartford left Champion Hill with all three points on Sunday as the Hamlet's poor run of form continued.

Paris Smith and Shauni Griffiths scored in the first fifteen minutes of the second half to put the Darts in the ascendancy, before Madi Parsonson scored late on to reduce arrears in our final home outing of the season.

Injuries, player departures, suspensions and unavailability contributed to Ryan Dempsey only being able to name 13 players in his squad, which included a third first-team

Match Report | AFC Acorns 2 Dulwich Hamlet 0

  • Venue: AFC Crawley
  • Attendance: 98

A disappointing week for the Hamlet ended in a surprise defeat to AFC Acorns, as a goal in either half condemned us to a third successive loss.

Jade Page lofted a cross over Saskia Reeves-Priestley to give the hostesses an 8th minute lead, before Lauren Tyler converted an extremely dubious penalty in the second half. Our misery was compounded with the dismissal of Mia Lockett for two yellow cards.

The Hamlet arrived at the game in the knowledge that club record-scorer Sophie Manzi had decided

Match Report | Dulwich Hamlet 1 London Seaward 2

Match Report | Dulwich Hamlet 1 London Seaward 2

  • Venue: Champion Hill

Our hopes of a first trophy as Dulwich Hamlet Women ended on a wet night at Champion Hill as Tier 4 London Seaward won our Combined Counties Midweek Cup quarter-final.

After a goalless first half, Sam Lanza and Maisie Cannon pounced on defensive errors after the break, before Brit Saylor gave us hope with a penalty. There would also be controversy as the Hamlet were seemingly denied another spot kick deep into injury time.

Rebecca May replaced Rhea Gall in our only change from the Ebbsfleet

Match Report | Dulwich Hamlet 1 Ebbsfleet United 3

  • Venue: Champion Hill
  • Attendance: Attendance: 308 (+5 dogs)

Lily Price’s consolation goal ten minutes from time wouldn’t be enough as the Hamlet slumped to a 3-1 home defeat against league leaders Ebbsfleet United on Sunday.

Ryan Dempsey’s side were in a good run heading into the game at Champion Hill, but in one of their biggest tests yet in the season, goals from Meg Wood and Amelia Woodgate, as well as an own goal from Saskia Reeves-Priestley condemned them to a first loss in nine games.

It didn’t take the visitors long to show their promotion

Match Report | Dulwich Hamlet 3 AFC Acorns 0

  • Venue: Champion Hill
  • Attendance: 339 + 6 dogs

[b]By David Diangienda

Goals from Erin Corrigan, Brit Saylor and Luna Alves Etienne helped Dulwich earn a 3-0 home league win against AFC Acorns.

The team were coming into this game off the back of consecutive wins in the league as Ryan Dempsey’s side were looking to finish the season on a strong note, and go eight unbeaten in the division.

Sophie Manzi was fit to start after recent struggles with a hamstring injury, whilst Rebecca May was back in the squad after missing the last month with

Match Report | Dulwich Hamlet 3 Enfield Town 1

  • Venue: Champion Hill
  • Attendance: 276 (+4 dogs)

Madi Parsonson became just the second player in our short history to score in four successive games as her brace helped us to a 3-1 victory over Enfield Town.

Her first goal on the stroke of half-time saw her stand alongside our record goalscorer Sophie Manzi in reaching this achievement, with Sophie only earning this record herself in February.

Lily Price had put us ahead in fortuitous circumstances in the 20th minute, before Parsonson's second in the 68th minute settled any nerves after

Match Report | Aylesford United 1 Dulwich Hamlet 5

  • Venue: Kings Hill Sports Park

Mia Lockett produced one of the great individual performances of the season on Sunday as the Hamlet extended their unbeaten league run to six games.

Her treble was our first in the league this season, and was supplemented by further stupendous efforts by Chana Hinds and Madi Parsonson, the latter scoring in three successive games. It was also a special afternoon for Ceylon Hickman, who became the seventh player to reach 50 games for the first team.

With Ryan Dempsey unable to travel to the

Match Report | Dulwich Hamlet 2 Ebbsfleet United 2

  • Venue: Champion Hill
  • Attendance: 88

Minnie Cruttwell was the heroine as she scored the winning penalty as the Hamlet beat Ebbsfleet United 7-6 on spot kicks to reach the quarter-finals of the Combined Counties Midweek Women's Cup.

In a tremendous game of football, Meg Wood had given the Fleet the lead, only for Mia Lockett to level. Madi Parsonson then put us ahead with 12 minutes remaining, before a stunning solo effort from Ellie Perkins sent the game to penalties.

Saskia Reeves-Priestley saved the first effort from Amelia

Match Report | Sutton United 4 Dulwich Hamlet 4

Teenager Beth Hartigan netted her first Hamlet goal with the very last kick of the game to earn a share of the spoils against Sutton United, with the game ending 4-4.

The Hamlet were at one point cruising to victory when they went 3-1 ahead, and at another point were crashing to defeat as the hostesses led 4-3 deep into injury time, as Lily Dent's second of the afternoon looked to have won it for United.

She had opened the scoring through a controversial penalty in the first half, only for



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