Huddersfield Town Women FC will say goodbye to club stalwart Vicky Abbott as they bring the curtain down on a successful season.

The Terriers take on Hull City at the Stafflex Arena on Sunday (May 8) and defender Abbott will make her final appearance as she hangs up her boots after a decade at the club.

It might be a last game for one or two others too in what could be an emotional final day.

Town Women have had a great season in the league and reached two cup finals, beating Barnsley 5-0 to lift the Sheffield and Hallamshire County Cup last weekend.

Town boss Glen Preston is looking forward to the last game of the season and said: “The game against Hull will be more about trying to sign off the season with a win, but maybe also giving one or two players from the development team an opportunity to play. It will also give us a chance to say goodbye to a few club legends who will be sorely missed.”

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On Sunday’s opponents, Preston added: “We played Hull the other week, and I thought until the late stages it was a reasonably close game.

“They had some key players missing, and had the better of the opening exchanges. We know scorelines are misleading and change expectations, but Hull will be going all out to end on a high. They will be a tough test for us.”

Preston was proud of his team for lifting the county cup last weekend. He also gave his thoughts on how he thinks the season has gone generally and said: “It’s great to have reached two cup finals and to finally win one.

“From a personal point of view, I’d lost my last three finals with Town so, for my own sanity, I needed to win last Sunday! It was a great performance from the players, they were top drawer.

“As for the final league position, I don’t think it matters too much now. In the form table we have been the third best team in the second half of the season. We’ve only dropped points in games where we’ve suffered heavy injuries to key attacking players. 

“Injuries mixed with a very heavy fixture pile up has meant we haven’t been able to rest players at all, so I think it’s been tough for us mentally and physically. Despite that we have put in top performances.”

The game is at the Stafflex Arena with a 2pm kick-off.

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