ERWFL – Sunday 27th November
ERWFL Premier Division
Haringey Borough Women move 3 points clear at the top of the ERWFL Premier Division table with a thumping win at home on Sunday the visitors, bottom side Colchester Town Ladies. Jessica Appeagyei and Julia Carruthers have scored 20 goals between them for Haringey Borough already this season. Both scoring a hat-trick on Sunday. Roisin Cormack, Klesha Darroux, Anele Komani and Jaidene Browne all scored a goal each to in a 10-1 win. Georgia Box with a late consolation goal for Colchester Town Ladies.
Haringey pulling clear of 2nd placed Bedford Ladies after they suffered defeat conceding an injury time winner away to Acle United Ladies who hadn’t played a league match since the end of October had slipped down the table as a consequence. Kate Pasque gave Acle the lead 13 minutes into the 1st half and advantage they held onto for most of the game, Bedford pushing for a equaliser 2nd half pulled the scores level late on only to give away a penalty in the 4th minute of injury time. Joanne Hooper putting the ball into the back of the game to see Acle win the 3 points climb up to 6th in the table with games in hand on all the sides above them.
At Creasey Park, 3rd placed AFC Dunstable Ladies were held to a goalless draw by visitors AFC Sudbury Ladies who drop down the table to 8th after other results go against them. Acle into 6th, Brentwood Town Ladies into 7th with a win away to Histon Ladies. That after finding themselves 2-0 down at half-time, Histon Ladies with the advantage after a brace from Alison Wright midway through the 1st half. Brentwood Town came back 2nd half an early goal 2 minutes in to reduce Histon’s lead drew level on 60 minutes then took the lead on 70 minutes, Sophie Lovell on target with a goal with Leah Cowan scoring twice. Both sides saw a player red carded in the match Katie Webb for Histon, Emma Mackie sent off for Brentwood who held on to finish 3-2 winners.
Billericay Town Ladies recent good form and winning streak was brought to an end by Royston Town Ladies the home side on Sunday taking all 3 points winning their 3rd league game of the season. 2 goals from Sammy Tinsley plus 1 for Paris Coldicott-Stevens enough to get the points in a 3-2 win. Vicky Kinsman and Sophie Whiting netting the goals for Billericay Town.
ERWFL Division One
After a shock 1-0 defeat to end their 100% winning start to the season Cambridge City Ladies were looking to get back to winning ways on the road on Sunday playing bottom side Hoddesdon Town Ladies who despite not having picked up a single point yet their new look side is starting to improve. Had to work hard defending to keep Cambridge City at bay, the visitors taking a 1-0 lead into the changing rooms at half-time, Emma Littlewood the scorer. Lauren Tomlinson putting Cambridge City 2-0 up with a little over 20 minutes left on the clock. Georgia Prior with her 1st goal of the season pulled it back to 2-1 5 minutes later. The final score Cambridge City remain 3 points clear at the top.
Moving back into 2nd place on 21 points are Bedfordshire side Offley & Stopsley Ladies away to Hutton Ladies on Sunday afternoon, led 2-0 at half-time with Rachael Lewis scoring both their goals. Hutton Ladies pulled a goal back in the 2nd half Samantha Kuski putting the ball into the back of the net, however they weren’t able to breach Offley & Stopsley’s defence again to take anything from the game.
Silver End United Ladies having moved into 2nd spot in the ERWFL Division One table last weekend were away to fellow Essex side Little Thurrock Dynamos Ladies on Sunday. A late equaliser for the visitors saw them take a share of the points in a 2-2 draw. Sophie Dowman and Danielle Styles with the goals for Little Thurrock Dynamos, Lynsey Bowman and Rebecca Hollocks with the goals for Silver End United Ladies.
A good result at home for Stevenage Ladies Reserves on Sunday taking on 4th placed Wymondham Town Ladies. Stevenage scoring 3 goals in the opening 8 minutes of the 2nd half putting them in control of the game going on to win 4-0 to win their 4th league game of the season climb to 7th. 4 different goalscorers with Rosy Wodhams, Leah Littlechild, Jessica Nash and Sarah Payne all on target.
Following on from picking up their 2nd win of the season last Sunday against the league leaders, Hertford Town Ladies picked up their 1st away point in the league this weekend. A local derby Hertford travelled to play Colney Heath Ladies the 2 sides contesting a goalless 1st half. Colney Heath Ladies captain, Sophie Joseph scored to give them the lead. Hertford came back to level 10 minutes from time, Becky Shephard striking the ball into the back of the net.