Women's First Team
WRCWFL Division 3 Sun 22 January Woodkirk Academy
Farsley Celtic

Farsley Celtic are back in action at the Citadel this Sunday as they look to reclaim top spot when they take on Wortley.

Farsley currently sit one point behind league leaders Burley Trojans, but have two games in hand over them.

And Manager Jamie Sykes is confident the Celts can reclaim the top spot.

“With two games in hand, we know we can get back to the top of the league when we play them again,” said Sykes.

“It’s given Burley some hope going back on top, but we still have to play them and that is where the league will be decided.”

Jamie Sykes’ side remains unbeaten this season and have picked up from where they had left off before the winter break, winning their first two games back.

Farsley will be looking to make it three in a row since the restart but Sykes expects a tough test when they play Wortley on Sunday.

“Personally, I think Wortley are the strongest team in the league and it will definitely be a tough challenge.

“But with the signings we have made, with another face set to be involved on Sunday, hopefully, we will be just too strong for them.

“Also Demi Pringle is looking sharp with four goals in her last game and she will be looking to add to that tally on Sunday.”

The game on Sunday will be Farsley’s first at home since the 13th of November, something Sykes believes will benefit his side.

“Being back at home is massively important for us as it’s a big pitch and we can use it to our advantage. Hopefully, we can get a big crowd in as we have started to establish a fan base.”