Narrow Loss at Forfar for Queens Ladies

Queens ladies had a long trek up to Forfar on Sunday for a league match against league leaders Forfar Farmington. 

Forfar took an early lead in the 12th minute but Queens had the better of the play.  However it wasn’t until shortly before the half time whistle that Queens managed to draw level when striker Lois Geddes headed into the roof of the net.

The second half continued with Queens playing some excellent football, passing the ball crisply and building some dangerous attacks from midfield.  After 68 minutes, Queens got their noses in front when a good passing move involving substitute Georgia Wilson ended with Wilson firing home.  Forfar came right back at Queens and after 78 minutes the teams were level again, and with time running out it was Forfar who grabbed the three points with an 83rd minute winner.

Queens Head Coach Ross Meechan was delighted with the performance despite the narrow loss, praising the superb work rate of the team and the high standard of skill shown by the players.  Having made the step up to the national leagues, the Queens squad have responded well to the challenge of playing against teams of a higher standard every week.


This Sunday Queens take on Dundee West Ladies at NWCC.  Kick off is at 2pm and admission is £2 (U16s free).


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