Ipswich Town Women manager Joe Sheehan spoke to the Club website following the news that the Women's National League would be declared null and void due to the ongoing situation with Covid-19.
Town suffered a surprise second defeat of the season as Enfield Town stunned the Blues with a snatch and grab 2-0 victory at Playford Road on Sunday.
Town moved four points clear at the top of the Women's National League Division One South East table after defeating Stevenage 7-0 for the second time this season.
Town bounced back from Sunday's FA Cup exit in the best possible way as the Blues claimed a third East Anglian Derby triumph of the season with a 10-0 victory over rivals Norwich City at Plantation Park on Wednesday night.
Town's historic run in the Women's FA Cup came to an end on Sunday as the Tractor Girls fell to a 10-0 defeat at the hands of current holders Manchester City at Academy Stadium.
Town returned to the summit of the Women's National League Division One South East table with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Kent Football United at the Goldstar Ground, Felixstowe, on Sunday.
16-year-old forward Maddie Biggs netted a superb first senior hat-trick as Town continued their historic cup run with a 4-1 victory over Huddersfield Town at the John Smith's Stadium on Sunday.
Town were condemned to their first league defeat of the season as ten-player AFC Wimbledon came from behind in the dying moments to secure a 2-1 victory at War Memorial Sports Ground on Sunday.
Natasha Thomas has today pledged her future to Town after turning down an approach from Women's Championship side Lewes.