ERWFL – Sunday 23rd October
ERWFL Premier Division
With the leaders of the ERWFL Premier Division seeing their match at home to Great Wakering Rovers Ladies postponed that gave an opportunity for 2nd placed Haringey Borough Women to close the 7 point gap at the top. Were away from home a tough trip to Suffolk to play AFC Sudbury Ladies. In a close contest it was the visitors who came away with the 3 points a single goal enough to win the match scored by Haringey’s, Julia Carruthers.
AFC Dunstable Ladies in 4th place in the ERWFL Premier Division table closed the gap to a point on 3rd place Acle United Ladies who to saw their home game postponed at the weekend winning their 4th game of the season at home at Creasey Park hosting Histon Ladies. A close match Histon scoring through Jordanne Sillitoe, Dunstable scoring twice to win the match 2-1 with goals from Stephanie Fisher and Paige Kavanagh.
Writtle Ladies won on Sunday, and with AFC Sudbury’s loss climb up a place to 5th the the ERWFL Premier Division table. Were at home playing fellow Essex side, Brentwood Town Ladies. Leading 2-0 at half-time went on to win the game 3-1. Ashley Debnam with the goal for Brentwood. Kayleigh Franklin, Amy Simmons and Sophie Vale all on target for Writtle Ladies.
Colchester Town Ladies have slipped down the ERWFL Premier Division table in recent weeks as the results had gone against them. Were away to Billericay Town Ladies at the weekend, the scores level at half-time, Georgia Box scoring for Colchester on 10 minutes, captain Lindsey Morgan levelling things up for Billericay. In the 2nd half Colchester went on to score what would prove to be the winning goal, Tiffany Reeves putting the ball into the back of the net to see Colchester climb up 2 places to 9th in the table on 7 points level with Billericay and Brentwood.
ERWFL Division One
Cambridge City Ladies weren’t in league action last Sunday saw 2nd place Wymondham Town Ladies move a pint above them winning to lead the table. This weekend it was Wymondham Town who were to see their match postponed as Cambridge City looked to maintain their 100% winning start to the season. Made it 6 wins from 6 at home against Stevenage Ladies Reserves. A narrow advantage at half-time leading 1-0, 5 more goals were scored 2nd half Leah Littlechild and Sarah Payne netting for Stevenage Ladies Reserves, Cambridge hit back with 3 more goals to win the game 4-2, Rachel Pearce, Bella Simmons and Lauren Tomlinson (pictured) with the goals.
Wymondham Town were due to play Hutton Ladies who were in 3rd place going into the weekend, unable to field a team that gave Offley & Stopsley Ladies a chance to climb back above them into 3rd themselves were away playing 2nd bottom side Hertford Town Ladies. Won the 3 points comfortably. Shanice Sutton scoring a hat-trick for Offley & Stopsley. Giselle Randall with a brace plus a goal each for Katerina Hamplova and Charlene Moreton in a 7-0 win.
Colney Heath Ladies and Silver End United Ladies in 5th and 6th place in ERWFL Division One met at Colney Heath FC at the weekend. Kayleigh Steed scoring to give the visitors the lead, Holly Sheridan equalised for Colney Heath both sides with chances to win all 3 points during the game both had to settle for a point.
Been a tough season for bottom side Hoddesdon Town Ladies so far without a point on the board suffered a heavy home defeat in midweek against Stevenage Ladies Reserves were hosting Little Thurrock Dynamos Ladies who were looking for their 1st win in the league since mid September. Had a fantastic 1st half the visitors putting the ball into the back of the net 4 times. Taylor Adcock, Sophie Dowman, Katy Judd and Kerri Thomas giving them a 4-0 lead at half-time. No more goals were scored 2nd half Hoddesdon Town battling to prevent further damage to their goal.