Sunday 20th January
Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership
Like their 1st team, Cambridge City Ladies Development won big at home on Sunday to return to the top of the league. One of 3 games taking place in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership this Sunday. It was a clash between the top two with Cambridge City hosting league leaders ICA Sports Ladies. Megan Tonks this in prolific form in front of goal for Cambridge City this season, way out in front on the goal scoring charts, scored another 5 goals this Sunday against ICA Sports to take her onto 26 goals from just 10 appearances. Jade Powell was also amongst the hosts goals netting a brace with Freya Standing also getting a goal in an 8-1 win, 3 starts yielding 4 goals. Carmen Herridge with the consolation goal for ICA Sports.
Cambridge University Women climb back up into 3rd position in the league have plenty of games in hand on both leading sides with the gap 6 points to both. Were away to the side in 3rd position going into the weekend Histon Ladies Reserves, nothing separating the sides at half-time with the game goalless the visitors going on to claim the 3 points with a narrow win in the 2nd half goals from Jennifer Atherton and Amanda Wainwright enough to see the game won 2-1 with Sophie Wing scoring for Histon.
The other game from the Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership involving the bottom sides with Riverside Ladies hosting Fulbourn Bluebirds Institute on Sunday. Fulbourn getting the 3 points just their 2nd win of the season that lifts them up a place and well positioned to fight for a mid-table finish. Marie Stubbings scoring a brace, there were goals too for Sharron Pinner and Krissie Taylor in a 4-0 victory.
Cambridgeshire Women’s Division One Cup
One match in the finish from the quarter finals of the Cambridgeshire Women’s Division One Cup competition this Sunday, Championship North side, Wisbech St Mary Ladies hosting Championship South side St Ives Town Ladies Development. A close one this at least in the 90 minutes the sides battling out a 0-0 the tie heading into extra-time where St Ives Town were the side to at last get their noses in front, the visiting side going in to add a further 2 goals to see them through to the last 4 of the Division One Cup. Jade Carpenter, with Emilee Steel and Georgia Rebane scoring for the first time this season.