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Barnet striker Stacey Sowden is recovering from a head injury suffered in her side's 3-2 victory over West Ham Utd in the F.A.Women's Cup quarter finals.
Stacey had netted earlier in the game before receiving a kick in the head during the second half, for which the Bees were awarded a penalty.
An ambulance was called to the Hanwell Town ground but the paramedics called for the air ambulance service to air lift her across London to hospital.
Manager Tracey Kevins told the Barnet FC website that Stacey could not remember the incident that led to her injury and said: "Would you believe that all Stacey wanted to know when she came round was our result?"
Stacey has been discharged from hospital and is resting at home. She is set to miss the forthcoming semi final against Arsenal as she now starts a three match suspension for her sending off in the Premier League Cup Final.
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