The Round-Up – Suffolk 06/10/19

The Round-Up

Sunday 6th October

Suffolk Women’s Division

Heavy rainfall on Saturday and into Sunday playing it’s part in restricting the fixtures played with Norfolk completely wiped out, the postponements pushed down into Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. Suffolk seeing 3 of the scheduled 7 fixtures called off. The postponements affecting the top two Brettvale Ladies and Needham Market Women Reserves it was an opportunity for 3rd placed Bury Town Ladies to take over at the top as they played host to Holland Ladies. 4 wins from 4 to start the season for Bury Town in good form Holland with a loss and a win to start their season. Back to back wins now for Holland Ladies as they inflict the first defeat in Bury Town this season a competitive game that saw a total of 9 goals scored, Bury finding the back of the net for 3 goals Lyndsie Duemmel and a brace for Kirsten Hutchings were undone at the other end conceding 6. Jasmine Cox with a brace with 4 players all celebrating their first Holland goals, Sophie Blowers, Kristy Lucraft, Sasha Moy and Megan-Leigh Lawrence.

That result allowing Alresford Colne Rangers to join Bury Town and Needham Market Women Reserves on 12 points as they bounce back with a 4th win of the season after suffering back to back defeats. At home to newcomers Ramsey & Mistley Ladies on Sunday in the Suffolk Women’s Division. The hosts securing the win courtesy of a 6-2 result with 5 players opening their accounts for the season, Lauren Abbott with a brace, there were goal each for Rae Clancey, Jenna Cash and Leia Rudge with Vicky Hall also on the scoresheet. Kathryn Wells-Garrett with both goals for Ramsey & Mistley her first for the side.

Newcomers Henley Athletic Ladies enjoying a great start to the season now have 10 points from their last 4 matches up into 5th spot in the Suffolk Women’s Division. Were the latest side to come up against University of Suffolk Women who remain low on numbers. Henley Athletic at home with a full squad taking full advantage, Amy Gilson helping herself to 6 goals. Mollie Frost on target for 4 goals her first goals for Henley Athletic. Emma Long scoring a hat-trick, there were goals to for Enya Moore, Molly Curran and Clare Bevan the captain with her first of the season in a 17-1 win. 

  The weather playing its part in the match between AFC Kesgrave Ladies at home to Chantry Grasshoppers Ladies, treacherous conditions, a goalless first half, Kesgrave taking the lead the goal leading to an injury to Chantry’s goalkeeper a replacement needed Kesgrave going on to score a further 3 goals to win 4-0 and climb into the top half of the table as a result. Ashley Bustos scoring a brace to open her account for the season. Jade Fox also netting her first goal of the campaign wit Abigail Eley also scoring.

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