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Eva Frazzoni helps Hashtag United clinch league title

League champions: Bermuda captain Eva Frazzoni played her part to help Hashtag United Women clinch the FA Women’s National League Division One South East title

Bermuda captain Eva Frazzoni played her part to help Hashtag United Women be crowned FA Women’s National League Division One South East champions.

The 24-year-old, who signed for the semi-professional outfit last summer, came on as a half-time substitute as United cruised an emphatic 4-1 victory away to Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.

The result not only clinched the league title for United but also means the club have secured promotion to the National League Southern Premier Division, the third tier of the women’s football pyramid in England.

Elsewhere, Bermuda goalkeeper Dale Eve kept a second successive clean sheet to ensure Hereford claimed a share of the spoils in a 0-0 draw against Bradford Park Avenue in Vanarama National League North.

His assured performance also earned Eve the man of the match award.

“It’s always great to keep a clean sheet,” Eve said to the Hereford website. “As a goalkeeper that is your aim every time you step onto the pitch.

“But I must say that the back four in front of me did really well, they got in a lot of blocks and performed well as a unit.

“I have been happy to step back into the team in recent weeks. It’s been a case of making sure that I am ready to step in when needed and the spells out on loan helped me keep up my match sharpness.

“That’s two clean sheets in a row now. I want to show the new manager what I am about and what I can do, so I am pleased with that.

“I am really enjoying it here; the fans have been brilliant, so too are the facilities and pitch, everything is geared up to progress and I want to show that I can be part of it.”

Nahki Wells came off the bench as a late second-half substitute as Bristol City snatched a dramatic 2-1 victory at home to relegation-threatened Rotherham United in the Sky Bet Championship.

Fellow Substitute Andi Weimann stole the points in the 91st minute with his 50th goal for the club to leave Rotherham three points clear of the drop zone with three games remaining.

Jordan Hugill's second-half penalty had cancelled out an early header from the recalled Tommy Conway, but Weimann popped up to slot home the winner for City, who are now nine unbeaten at Ashton Gate since the turn of the year.

Justin Donawa and his Solihull Moors were also made to settle for a share of the spoils as they were held to a goalless draw by ten-man Eastleigh in the Vanarama National League.

Despite Eastleigh defender Christian Maghoma being dismissed in the 33rd minute for the hosts, Solihull failed to find a breakthrough as the match ended in stalemate.

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Published April 26, 2023 at 7:37 am (Updated April 26, 2023 at 7:37 am)

Eva Frazzoni helps Hashtag United clinch league title

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