Maria Farrugia scored for Sunderland Ladies as they eased past Sheffield United with a 4-1 victory in the FA Women’s Championship.
The Malta women’s national team player scored Sunderland’s third in the game, to put her side 3-1 ahead. For Farrugia, this was her first goal in England’s second-tier for a total of 10 goals in four seasons at the Lassies.
Sunderland Ladies have lifted themselves into ninth with 19 points.
Meanwhile, Ylenia Carabott played for Keynsham Town as they defeated Hounslow 6-2 in the FA Women’s National League – England’s third-tier.
Maltese youth Emma Ciantar Piccinino played for Middlesbrough Reserves in their 2-0 defeat at the hands of Redcar Town Ladies in the semi-final of the County Cup.
Photo c/o Chris Fryatt.
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