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Nottingham Forest captain Beth Bailey was very pleased with her side's narrow 1-0 win away to Bristol Academy on Sunday.
Forest have moved into second place as a result and Beth told Women's Soccer Scene that the three points had been well earned by the team. "Bristol are a really physical, hard working team and we knew we would have to match them for that if we were to get anything from the game," she said. "I know I came off tired afterwards and it was a really hard fought win for us today.
"It was a battle in the middle of the field and one chance was going to decide it and luckily it was a chance that we took."
Beth herself decided the game with the only goal, via a powerful header from a teasing centre by Andi Bell. "It was a beautiful cross (from Andi) and I couldn't do much else except head it in," she recalled.
"You couldn't ask for a better start. I think this season is going to be a tale of two leagues and our aim is to come top of the teams who are currently playing, so we are right on track at the moment.
"We learnt (from last season) that we've got to stick together as a team and it is about taking your chances as they don't come around too often."
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