On other hand, Khadija Shaw failed to score as Man City secured win
Reggae Girl Shania Hayles scored a first half goal to help Bristol City to secure a 1-1 draw at Durham. Bristol city is in the race to win in the second-tier English FA Women’s Championship. On the other hand, her Jamaica teammates Drew Spence and Khadija Shaw both drew blank in the top flight.
The 22-year-old Hayles opened the scoring in the 22nd minute when she pounced on a slack Ellie Christon header before dribbling past the goalkeeper to score.
However, Hayles’ opener was cancelled out by Rio Hardy to ensure the points were shared. This was Hardy’s fourth goal in two league games. The game was held in bitterly cold conditions at Maiden Castle.
On the other hand, Jamaican striker Shaw failed to add to her eight league goals in eight appearances in a match that saw Manchester City thrash Brighton & Hove Albion 3-1. This was an FA Women’s Super League match. City are now within three points of Manchester United and Arsenal in second and third place, respectively.
Midfielder Spence came close to scoring for seventh-place Tottenham Hotspur but was thwarted by goalkeeper Jacqueline Burns as the visitors went down 1-0 at Reading.