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Cuss named Manager of the Month


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AFC Bournemouth Women’s manager Steve Cuss has been rewarded for his team’s fine start to the season by being named Manager of the Month for August.

The Cherries top the National League Division One South West with two wins and two draws from their opening four games, with a huge goal difference of +10.

Steve Cuss’ team began the season with draws against Swindon Town and Exeter City Ladies as they acclimatised to the new level, having been promoted last season.

Their first win of the season came in stunning fashion when a brace from Becki Bath and strikes by Molly Clark and Maisy Smith earned a 4-0 win over Southampton Women.  

They finished the month with a 6-0 thrashing of Larkhall Athletic Ladies, Bath scoring a hat-trick to make it five for the season already, with the other goals coming from Clark, Katie James and Chloe Newton.

AFC Bournemouth Women are next in action on September 26th when they welcome Buckland Athletic Women to Verwood Town. 

Thank you for your support

Bournemouth University for being our main girls and women's team sponsor, and iPRO and Vitality for supporting the womens' programme.


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