Match Preview: Gas Girls v Liskeard Athletic

Bristol Rovers Women v Liskeard Athletic
The Memorial Stadium, Sunday 24 March 2024, 2pm KO 


Bristol Rovers Women will mark their final home match of the 2023/24 season and celebrate their South West Women's Regional League (Premier Division) championship victory at The Memorial Stadium. 

The Gas Girls will take to the pitch at The Mem for their league clash against Liskeard Athletic, having already confirmed their status as league champions. The side has 37 points from 14 matches played. 

Liskeard, meanwhile, sit sixth in the division. 



With over 1,000 tickets already sold, Bristol Rovers Women are assured of a fantastic turn-out by supporters at The Memorial Stadium on Sunday. 

Tickets are still available to purchase online at £5 for Adults and £1 for Under-18s, and can be purchased at the link here

Fans are advised that tickets will also be available on the day of the fixture, between 10am-2pm, from the Club shop.


What’s the story? 

It has been a tremendous campaign for the Gas Girls. 

An immense run of form has seen the side drop points in just two of their 14 league matches so far, with 12 wins in the competition contributing to a total of 37 points.

Bristol Rovers Women have been in fine goalscoring form too, winning 4-0 and 5-0 against Frampton Rangers and Forest Green Rovers respectively in their last two home matches. 


Previous Meetings…

The Gas Girls actually played Liskeard Athletic in their very first match of the 2023/24 season, facing Sunday’s opponents in a close-fought outing.

Abigail Hughes, Scarlett Mills and Abigail Todd got the goals for Rovers in a hard-fought 3-2 win. 


What else is happening? 

The Memorial Stadium will be a hive of activity and fun for all the family in the build-up to kick-off at 2pm on Sunday. 

Her Game Too will be in the fan zone handing out handwaver flags and selling specially-written progammes, with any funds raised going back into grassroots girls football in Bristol. 

Operation Christmas Hamper will be running a Charity Wax, while Club Partner Utilita will also be at The Mem to promote the Football Rebooted campaign, raising awareness of local collection points for young players who need football boots to play.

There will also be a face-painter in attendance, and a live band playing music in the fan zone. 

After the final whistle, the Gas Girls will be presented with the South West Women's Regional League (Premier Division) trophy.


Match Officials…

Referee: Simon Laraway

Assistant Referees: Alun Stevens and Stephen Brealy


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