Newcastle United Women’s Football Club are still intent on achieving promotion at the first attempt.
Newcastle were relegated from the Women’s Premier League last season but have enjoyed excellent form throughout this campaign.
The side have racked up big wins in crucial games as they fight for a promotion spot.
Stacy Crooks has starred in attack throughout the season.
She believes the current squad has the quality to ensure an immediate return to the top flight.
“Getting relegated was probably my lowest point as a footballer, but the spirit in our squad is amazing.
“We’ve got a better team than the other clubs who are around us so I really think we should be able to do it.”
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