Cambridgeshire – Sunday 23rd October
Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership
3 matches in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership this Sunday all 3 going the way of the top 3 sides all away from home. Following up from their 3-0 win away to Netherton United Ladies last Sunday, Premiership leaders Cambridge United WFC Reserves were back in the counties capital visiting local rivals Cambridge University Women. Have been some close games in the past between the 2, not so this Sunday, Cambridge United WFC Reserves looking strong at the start of the season winning their 3rd league match in a row after an opening day defeat. Ebony Rule scoring 2 goals. Lauren Gibson, Carolyn Sarafian and Monique Christian also finding the back of the net.
Keeping pace with Cambridge United WFC Reserves enjoying a great start to the Premiership season are Newmarket Town Ladies in 2nd place move onto 9 points as they continue their 100% winning start away from home to Bar Hill Ladies on Sunday. Lauren Deller scoring a hat-trick with Joeli Kirby and Abbi Griffin also on target as they also ran out 5-0 winners 3 wins from 3 league games to start the season.
Moving up fro 7th to 3rd in the Premiership table are St Ives Town Ladies the newly promoted side pipped to the Championship South title by Park Ladies last season both going up St Ives Town travelled to Park Ladies on Sunday. Won big whilst the side above them failed to pick up any points. Hannah Seymour-Shove scoring a brace, Sophie Marheineke, Sasha Smith, Georgia Stancombe & Amy Seymour-Shove also finding the back of the net as the visiting side ran out 6-0 winners to leap up the table.
Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship North
Was a clash between 2nd and 3rd on Sunday in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship North with Ketton Ladies hosting March Town United Ladies both on 9 points, 3 behind leaders Wisbech St Mary Ladies who weren’t in action this weekend, a chance to close the gap for one or the other. Both sides defending a 100% winning start to the season. The 3 points going home with March Town after they edged the result 2-1 at the final whistle their goals scored by Louise Barbour and Tiffany Hyne to put them level on points with Wisbech St Mary at the top of the table.
A tough start to the league season for Wisbech Town Ladies in the Champioship North strugglnig to pick up points early on got one on the board last Sunday at home to P&L Motors Diamonds. On the road this Sunday build upon that point with a big 1st win of the season away to new side Spalding United Ladies. The home side scored 3 goals, Sasha Haw with 2, Tegan Wheeler with the 3rd. Wasn’t to be enough as Wisbech Town plundered their goal for double that amount, Sophie Gutteridge with a hat-trick, Leah Hall with a brace a goal each for Rebecca Bourlet and Kyra Clarke to win the game 7-3 as they start to build some form.
Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship South
Cambridge City Ladies new Development side have made a great start to life in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship South 4 wins from 4 to open the season travelled to Milton Ladies on Sunday a tough opponent who are looking to be amongst the sides jostling for promotion come the end of the season have won their opening 2 league matches too. 2 goals scored by Philippa Witherspoon looked to be seeing Cambridge City to their 5th straight league win however Milton came back into it Kirsty Lemmon-Sparkes with the goals as they equalised late on in the match to see the points shared, Cambridge City move onto 13 points from 5, Milton in 3rd are on 7 points with 2 games in hand on the leaders.
A point for Milton Ladies saw Isleham United Ladies climb up to 2nd in the Championship South table after a 2-0 home win against Cambridge Rangers. Winning for the 3rd time this season Shona Kelly and Laura McAllister with their goals.
Newmarket Town Ladies new Reserves side won for the 2nd time this season to move into 4th spot in the Championship South table. Were away to Riverside Rovers Reserves on Sunday. Hollie Turner netting twice for the visitors with goals scored to by, Lizzie Quigley, Dominika Szary and Kate Winneweisser as they ran out 5-1 winners in Peterborough.