A Different Challenge

Last updated : 15 April 2003 By Ed_ScottishFitba
Scotland women's Under 19s face a difficult challenge this week as they travel to Belgium to play their hosts, Norway and the Czech Republic in UEFA qualifying group 4. Scotland's young women are one of seven teams which won their first round group, but Scotland managed the feat with a 100% record. Things will be rather more difficult this week. However, their excellent record in all matches will give every reason to be hopeful of a successful outcome. Scotland take on Belgium first, on Tuesday at 4 pm in Oud-Heverlee to the east of Brussels. Then on Thursday, they are up against Norway at the same venue (again a 4pm kick-off). Scotland's final game is against the Czech Republic on Saturday this time at Wavre (a 3 pm kick-off),

Scotland Under 19 squad
Holly Anderson (Southampton Saints), Caroline Collie (Kilmarnock), Louise Curley (Inver Ross), Jane Doig (Hibs), Shelley Grant (Inver Ross), Suzanne Grant (Inver Ross), Sarah Hough (Kilmarnock), Donna James (Ayr United), Suzanne Lappin (Cumbernauld Cosmos), Joanne Love (Kilmarnock), Kirsty McBride (Hibs), Amy McDonald (Hamilton Athletic), Lisa McKenzie (Inver Ross), Suzanne Malone (Hibs), Emma Mills (Tynecastle Hearts), Joelle Murray (Hibs), Megan Sneddon (Kilmarnock), Hollie Thomson (Huyton).

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