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Swindon Spitfires came through as winners from a well contested local derby with Swindon Supermarine and are setting their sights on Salisbury City in the next round of the F.A.Women's Cup.
Dennika Bretti played a crucial role in the Spitfires' victory by scoring a second half equaliser via an exquisite 25-yard strike and she was also one of their successful penalty takers in the shootout victory. "It was very stressful and we had to keep things tight in the middle, but we're very happy with the result," she told Women's Soccer Scene after the game.
"I think the main thing (to) how we won was that we kept our focus, kept our stamina up and we did it fitness wise."
Recalling her penalty, Dennika added: "I was very tense, but I had all my team behind me and it made me want it so much.
"It was amazing to score, I just turned round to the team and shouted."
"They (Supermarine) are the toughest team in our league, so beating them was good," added defender Emma Blackwell. Looking forward to the match against Salisbury, who beat Spitfires in the league the previous Sunday, Emma said: "We know where we went wrong last week and we think we can beat them this time."
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