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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

Ladies In Cup Final Action

STOKE CITY LADIES are looking to retain the Staffordshire FA County Cup trophy for a fifth successive occasion when they take on FC Reedswood tomorrow night.

The Potters are unbeaten in the competition since 2008 and aiming for a seventh cup triumph since the team was formed in 2001.

This year's passage to the final was made easier with a bye in the Second Round, but a hard-fought 2-0 victory over the reserves was followed with a 13-0 triumph over Walsall at the semi-final stage.

Reedswood, meanwhile, will be looking for revenge after losing out to the Potters in the final two years ago.

Tuesday evening's game takes place at Brocton FC's Silkmore Lane ground with action getting underway at 7.30pm (Stafford ST17 4JH).

Admission is priced at £3 for adults and £1 for concessions with all fans encouraged to get down to support the team.

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