NewsWow wow just wow! Semi finals baby! Thanks so much for all the support! So happy to continue this journey! Jill :)
Posted on: 14 June 2015 by THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
England's women arrive on Main Street: Jill Scott was bullied for being a girl in a boy’s sport but now she's relishing being in the limelight at the World Cup in Canada
Jill Scott walks down Main Street. Every day she has been in this small town in the Maritimes, she has walked down Main Street. Out of the Crowne Plaza, where the England team have been staying, past Mexicali Rosa’s, Bubba Ray’s Sports Bar, Café C’est La Vie and the McSweeney Dinner Theatre to Starbucks. Women’s football was parked on the side roads for too long. Main Street feels better.
Main Street is a symbol for playing here at the Women’s World Cup in a competition expanded to 24 teams. Main Street is having all England’s matches in the tournament screened live on the BBC. Main Street stands for the clientele in Bubba Ray’s choosing to watch Canada-New Zealand ahead of Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night.