2 Sep 2021
Sheffield Utd (A) W 7-1
9 Sep 2021
Leicester LFC (A) D 2-2
16 Sep 2021
Derby County (H) L 1-4
23 Sep 2021
WBA (H) L 0-7 (Aban)
3 Oct 2021
Hereford Peg (A) 2-2
21 Oct 2021
Leicester CFCW (H) 1-2
24 Oct 2021
Hereford (H) W 5-0
28 Oct 2021
(FA Cup 1st Round)
Hereford (A) W 0-4
4 Nov 2021
Loughboro Stu (H) L 0-5
11 Nov 2021
(FA Cup 2nd Round) Copsewood (H) L 2-3
25 Nov 2020
Leafield Ath (A) D 2-2
9 Dec 2020
Sheffield Utd (H) W 9-1
16 Dec 2020
Leicester City (H) D 2-2
13 Jan 2021
WBA (A) L 2-5
20 Jan 2021
Coventry City (H) L 1-4
3 Feb 2021
Loughboro (A) L 7-1
10 Feb 2021
Leicester City FCW (A) L 3-1
17 Feb 2021
Derby County (A) W 4-0
24 Feb 2021
Alfreton Town (H) W 5-2
2 Mar 2021
Leafield Ath (H) W 4-1
9 Mar 2021
Alfreton Town (A)
MIDLANDS COMBINATION
Coventry City 44
Leicester City FCW 43
WBA 41
Loughborough Students 32
Derby County 29
Wolverhampton Wanderers 26
Leicester City 23
Leafield Athletic 22
TNS Ladies 22
Alfreton Town 13
Hereford Pegasus 2
Sheffield United 0
Full league table
ALTHOUGH formed only in August 2001, TNS Ladies have already gained promotion twice through the ladies' football pyramid.
The girls also won the Women's Shropshire County Cup at the first attempt.
Formed from the Shrewsbury Town WFC youth team, they have several players that have been involved at junior international level and many more who have represented their County, in the process winning many international tournaments.
With opportunities limited in the Shrewsbury senior team - and an offer from Mike Harris to become TNS LFC - the girls voted 100% in favour of the move, joining the West Midland North Division for the 2001/2 season and finishing runners-up to Crewe by a single point (maddeningly they scored a last minute goal in their final game to pip TNS).
TNS Ladies parade the Shropshire Cup which they won in April 2006 with victory over Shrewsbury Town at the Gay Meadow.
Season 2002/3 brought promotion to the West Midlands Premier League, but only after a highly charged League AGM, where a proposal was made to kick the team out of the league because they played their home matches outside England. But the ladies won the argument with a unanimous vote in our favour by the member clubs.
In fact, TNS Ladies have played at several grounds - Oswestry's Park Hall is now their permanent home ground.
The team went into 2004/5 as joint favourites with West Bromwich Albion, but TNS were not to be denied and achieved the feat of going through the season unbeaten - a superb achievement - to claim the crown.
They were promoted to the Midland Combination in the second tier of English ladies football.
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