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Natasha Dowie, the niece of Hull City's management consultant Iain Dowie, scored a 119th-minute goal to ensure Everton lifted the FA Women's Cup for the first time with a 3-2 victory over 10-times winners Arsenal.With the game at the City Ground, Nottingham, seemingly heading for a penalty shoot-out, substitute Brooke Chaplen fed Dowie inside the box and the striker kept her calm to claim her second goal of the game by lifting the ball over goalkeeper Emma Byrne.I think to thrive at Cambridge you need a demanding activity to balance out the demanding academic life.It has made me more organised with my time and given me the chance to be a team leader long before I am expected to do it in my career.Team details Arsenal: Byrne, Yorston, Flaherty, White, Grant, Fleeting (Carter 70), Yankey, Davison, Beattie, Little, Fahey. Everton: Brown, Easton, Unitt (Whelan 63), Williams, Westwood, Johnson, Handley, Scott, Dowie, Hinnigan (Chaplen 77), Duggan (Evans 111). Cambridge University Association Football Club (CUAFC) will take its place in the National Football Museum Hall of Fame tonight (October 19) alongside England greats like defenders Rio Ferdinand and Rachel Unitt, and goalkeepers David Seaman and Rachel Brown-Finnis.But my uncle always said how getting a rugby blue when he was here and that it had been a great thing in his life.Since I was 15 I have wanted to get a football blue.
Everton's success also made up for the disappointment of losing the Premier League Cup final to Leeds Carnegie in February.
Goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis and left-back Rachel Unitt [pictured below], who racked up 184 England caps between them, were in attendance at the ceremony in Manchester after being nominated by the FA as the two names for the Female Players category.
Evertonian Andy Burnham MP collected Southall's award on his behalf, with the goalkeeper of the Blues' most successful era joining the likes of Dixie Dean and Ray Wilson in the Hall of Fame.
There is no known written record of the original Cambridge Rules but Cambridge holds a collection of some early football memorabilia in its University Library.
Perhaps the most significant item held by the library is the revised 1863 edition of The Winter Game by Thring.
Neville Southall has been inducted into the National Football Museum Hall of Fame.