Sunday 11th March
Essex Women’s Premier Division
Essex suffered the most with the weather this Sunday with the fixture list heavily hit by the recent wet weather seeing several pitches waterlogged with just 4 matches getting played.
More sad news from Essex too as Hutton Ladies Reserves withdraw from the Essex Women’s Premier Division. Have been struggling for numbers recently and unfortunately has been on the cards for a little while. Wishing everyone involved with the side all the best for the future. The withdrawal seeing so adjustment to the league table.
Two matches were played in the Premier Division with Chigwell Ladies now bottom of the table heavily beaten away to Chelmsford City Ladies on Sunday. Mia Brisley top scoring in the game getting a hat-trick with both Rosie Coe and Laura Kendle netting a brace each with five more players claiming a goal each, Lisa Overall, Niki Medici, Megan Bliss, Gaby Freedman and Shannon Hughes. 13-0 the final score a big win lifts Chelmsford City back up into 4th in the Premier Division table.
Eastern Avenue in 7th place in the Premier Division were also in action this Sunday at home taking on Harlow Town Ladies Reserves. Teliscia Linton scoring both goals for Eastern Avenue in a 2-0 victory.
Essex Women’s Division One
Two fixtures surviving in Essex Women’s Division One on Sunday. Brentwood Town Ladies Reserves were away to Walden Ladies. Clair Andrews and Jessica Clay both scoring for Walden, it was Brentwood Town who came away with the 3 points, Carla Rose getting on the scoresheet for two goals, with Clarista Wigley and Chloe Wilkinson both on target in a 4-2 win that moves Brentwood Town back above Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies up to 4th in the Division One table.
Billericay Town Ladies Reserves were at home hosting Benfleet Villa Ladies on Sunday, the visitors off the bottom of the Division One table having been awarded 6 points against Waltham Forest Ladies earlier in the season. Taking on Billericay this Sunday the sides went in level at the break drawing 1-1. Billericay going on to win the match in the 2nd half scoring twice to win 3-1. Lois Curson, Cassandra Piejko and Madeline Reeves with their goals.