Copsewood Coventry Ladies FC 1 (Stanley 82) WolverhamptonWanderers Womens FC 1 (Ledgister 17) After last week's disappointing exit from the Birmingham County Cup, Wolves came out fighting in this re-arranged league fix-ture away at Copsewood Coventry.
Their early pressure paid off in the 17th minute as a shot on goal from Jenni Anslow was parried by the keeper to land at the feet of Nicole Ledgister who slotted home to put Wolves in front.
Wolves had several other chances before the break, but could not add to their lead.
The second half saw Wolves continue to press and on 75 minutes Anslow found herself one-on-one with the Copsewood keeper, but her shot rolled agonisingly wide of the post.
While Wolves were still only one goal ahead, they were always vulnerable, and succumbed from a free-kick in the 82nd minute which bounced over keeper Naomi Bruton to bring the scores level.
Despite some excellent play Wolves could not find a second goal and had to settle for a point.
Striker Anne Johnson said: "We played much better than last week and had some great chances, so we're disappointed that we weren't able to win the game."
* Wolves will be in action again tonight, Thursday evening, when they entertain Leafield Athletic.
The game will be played at Goodrich Sports Stadium, Stafford Road, Ford-houses, Wolverhampton, with a 7.45pm kick-off.