Swiss Valley Rangers Girls finish runners-up in the Bristol League

PUBLISHED: 11:17 25 April 2018 | UPDATED: 11:17 25 April 2018

Swiss Valley Girls Under-12s.

Swiss Valley Girls Under-12s.


Swiss Valley Rangers Girls Under-12s finished runners-up in the Bristol League after winning their last league match.

Swiss Valley Rangers Girls Under-12 won 2-1 in their last league match against Ashton Girls to earn second place in Bristol Girls League.

Swiss started well and were on the front foot for most of the first-half forcing the opposition team to defend against the SVR forwards Jasmine, Cecily and Ella. SVR were also unfortunate not to take the lead with some long-range efforts from midfielders Xara and Maggie.

The first goal was finished off with great composure by Ella, who also scored the second not long after. Defensively, SVR continued to close down the opposition and where they broke through, goalkeeper Nancy was there to keep the score 2-0.

Ashton added relentless pressure in the second half resulting in a goal. Alise, Libby, Fern and Shannon managed to stop further attacks to help seal the win. Player of the match went to Nancy.

It has been a remarkable season for these girls, given they have been playing an upper year group. The SVR coaches, managers and parents are immensely proud and congratulate the girls for their outstanding performances, discipline, sportsmanship and mostly for their results in the league.

In conjunction with FA Girls Disney Football Week, Swiss Valley Rangers Girls would to invite all girls of all ages and abilities to come and join us for fun at our ground Clevedon Sports Centre between 6-7pm.

Come and dress in anything Disney and celebrate girls’ football. For further queries, visit

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