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FA Women's Premier League South East Division One: Leyton Orient Women end campaign with stalemate at Enfield Town Ladies

PUBLISHED: 14:00 22 May 2018

The Leyton Orient women's team face the camera at Brisbane Road (pic: Orient WFC).

The Leyton Orient women's team face the camera at Brisbane Road (pic: Orient WFC).

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FA Women's Premier League South East Division One: Enfield Town Ladies 0 Leyton Orient Women 0

Leyton Orient Women were held to a goalless draw away to Enfield Town Ladies in their final game of the FA Women’s Premier League South East Division One season on Sunday.

The O’s went into the contest at Queen Elizabeth Stadium knowing they had secured fourth spot and ensured they finished the campaign with two draws.

In hot conditions in north London, both sides created a number of opportunities, but failed to make the breakthrough and it ended up 0-0.

Chris Brayford’s team could be proud of their efforts in their debut season in the FA Women’s Premier League South East Division One.

Orient were only 17 points behind eventual winners MK Dons Ladies and 13 off second-placed AFC Wimbledon Ladies.

Brayford’s side will now enjoy some rest time before returning to action again later this year where promotion will most likely be the aim after a season of consolidation.

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