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The Round-Up – Norfolk 18/12/16

The Round-Up

Norfolk – Sunday 18th December

Norfolk Women’s Division One

Like the previous 2 Round-Up published on the website their were just a handful of matches in Norfolk on Sunday to end 2016, just the 4 in total across the 3 divisions. 2 games in Norfolk Women’s Division One, little information available. Thorpe United Ladies have had a very successful start to the season end 2016 top of the table with a 100% recording their 8th straight league win to open up a 6 point lead in the table. Were at home on Sunday playing Bungay Town Ladies, Thorpe United with a narrow 1-0 lead at half-time went on to score 3 more goals in the 2nd half to win the game 4-1.

Brandon Town Ladies haven’t had the start to the season they would have liked have like alot of sides Women’s Football East follows across the county leagues not played enough competitive games, following the game like I do it’s not something I’m oblivious too. Looking to end the year on a positive note Brandon Town were at home playing Fakenham Town Ladies who held a 1-0 advantage as the 2 sides headed back to the dressing rooms at half-time. Brandon Town got back on level terms in the 2nd half and went on to win the game 2-1 and move onto 9 points in 4th place in the Division One table.

Norfolk Women’s Division Two

 One match in Norfolk Women’s Division Two on Sunday with Stalham Town Ladies at home to Sprowston Ladies, plenty of goals in the game the sides going into half-time all square at 2-2. Both sides finding the back of the net for another goal each in the 2nd half the points shared in a 3-3 draw.

Norfolk Women’s Division Three

One match also in Norfolk Women’s Division Three with Wymondham Town Ladies Reserves at home playing the side immediately above them, Toftwood United Ladies. Plenty of goals on this game too, Toftwood United scoring 4 goals however it wasn’t enough to take anything from the game with Wymondham Town finding the back of the net 5 times to take all 3 points in a 9 goal thriller that sees them move above Toftwood United into 3rd spot 2 points behind leading pair East Coast Ladies and Tavern Ladies with a game in hand. Gemma Hamilton-Rout scoring a hat-trick and Emily Anderson scoring 2 goals for Wymondham Town.

The Round-Up – Cambridgeshire 18/12/16

The Round-Up

Cambridgeshire – Sunday 18th December

Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership

 Just the 4 matches across the 3 women’s football leagues in Cambridgeshire to end 2016. In the Women’s Premiership, Netherton United Ladies ended the year on a high away to Park Ladies, putting in a strong performance to win the 3 points with a big win. Jenna Nairn setting the ball rolling scoring Netherton United’s opening goal inside the 1st 5 minutes, Alice MacNichol making it 2-0 in the 7th minute. Yasmin Green putting the ball into the back of the net on 21 minutes made it 3-0 to the visitors, 3 more goals were scored in the final 8 minutes of the 2nd half with Nairn adding a 2nd goal to her tally. A brace in the 1st half late on for debutant Lauren Johnson the lead 6-0 at half-time. Johnson went on to complete her hat-trick then score a 4th goal 15 minutes into the 2nd half and own goal extended Netherton United dominant scoreline, Park scoring a consolation goal with 14 minutes left on the clock, the final score 9-1 Netherton United consolidating a mid-table position at the end of the year. A tough start to life in the Premiership for Park Ladies after a disappointing result will be aiming for a better things in the New Year.

Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship North

 Just the one match in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship North at the weekend with March Town United Ladies aiming to return back to the top of the table visiting bottom side Thurlby Tigers yet to register a point this season. Louise Barbour netting herself a hat-trick with Livvi Hodges on target for 2 goals, Raechel Luty, Danielle Westgate and Emma Frost also scoring in the game with March Town United Ladies winning 8-0 to go 3 points clear at the top with a 100% record to end 2016, 6 wins from 6.

Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship South

Two matches in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship South at the weekend. Newmarket Town Ladies Reserves were away to Isleham United Ladies on Sunday a win would see them end 2016 in 2nd place in the climbing above unbeaten Milton Ladies. Secured the 3 points with a convincing victory with Kate Winnewisser scoring 4 goals in the match to move onto 7 goals for the season. Siobhan White close behind netting a hat-trick for Newmarket Town. The final score 7-1 with Laura McAllister scoring in the 2nd half for Isleham United.

A 4th straight league win for Riverside Reserves sees them move onto 12 points in 4th in the Championship South table at the end of 2016 with a narrow home win against Fulbourn Bluebirds on Sunday  who scored through Marie Stubbings, Riverside scoring twice to win the game 2-1. 4 point separate the top 4 in the division with leaders Cambridge City Ladies Development along with Milton yet to e beaten in the league.

The Round-Up – Beds & Herts 18/12/16

The Round-Up

Beds & Herts – Sunday 18th December

Beds & Herts Women’s Division One

   Just a handful of games across the 3 Beds & Herts Women’s Division’s to end the year. Two games in Division One with Garston Ladies getting a good result at home to end the year to see them climb up to 3rd place in the league. Were taking on bottom side Letchworth Garden City Eagles. 2 goals each for Vikki Duffy and Gemma Curtis (pictured) plus a goal each for Robyn Blanchard and Bobbi Rhodes helping them to the 3 points with a 6-1 win

A trip to north Bedfordshire in the other Beds & Herts Women’s Division One game at the weekend with St Albans Ladies travelling to play Sharnbrook WFC. The visitors ending 2016 with a great result to pick up the points for their 4th league win of the season moving up to 5th in the table level on 12 points with 4th placed Bishops Stortford Ladies and Garston Ladies as mentioned above in 3rd. Ellie Lovelock giving St Albans Ladies the lead in the 1st half, Katie Grehan scoring in the 2nd half to see St Albans Ladies to a 2-0 victory.

Beds & Herts Women’s Division Two

A good result to end the year for Hitchin Belles in Beds & Herts Women’s Division Two. Were away for their last match of the season playing league leaders, Flitwick Ladies. A brace from Emily Field plus a goal for Shannon Page seeing them edge the win 3-2 to move onto 12 points in 5th spot in the table.

2nd placed Panshanger Ladies a point behind Flitwick Ladies after defeating them last weekend were away from home for their last match of the year taking on Royston Town Ladies Reserves who they lost too at home 3-2 a fortnight ago. Panshanger started the game brightly creating chances before taking the lead Chemise Huitson scoring to put the 1 up, added a 2nd goal 12 minutes later to see Panshanger extend their lead, Royston Town came back into the game scoring in the last 10 minutes of the 1st half to pull the scores level and go in front with goals from Zoe Quinn, Amber Murray and Charlotte Riley to lead 3-2 at half-time. Both sides found the opposing goalkeeper hard to beat 2nd half no more goals in the game Royston Town doing the double over Panshanger to move up to the Division Two table.

  A 2nd successive defeat for Flitwick at the top sees the table bunching up with just 6 points between the leaders and 6th placed Watton Ladies who like Hitchin Belles, Royston Town Ladies Reserves and 3rd placed Garston FC Ladies 96 all have games in hand on the leading pair. All to play for in 2017.

Beds & Herts Women’s Division Three

 Just the one match in Beds & Herts Women’s Division Three on Sunday with Potters Bar United Ladies at home to Wheathamsted Ladies both new names to the league this season. In 3rd place in the table Janiece Allen scored all the goals for Potters Bar United to move onto 16 for the season in a 4-1 win. Jackie Sheridan scoring late in the match for Wheathamsted. Potters Bar United join 2nd placed Evergreen Eagles on 12 points having played 3 more games.

The Round-Up – Essex 18/12/16

The Round-Up

Essex – Sunday 18th December

Essex Women’s Premier Division

Lawford Ladies have been leading the Essex Women’s Premier Division table for the whole of the season, keeping Harlow Town Ladies at bay in 2nd spot both sides unbeaten, Harlow Town moving above Lawford last Sunday now end the year leading the table by 5 points winning at home whilst Lawford saw their last match of 2016 postponed. Harlow Town were at home playing 3rd placed Eastern Avenue looking to make it 10 wins from 10 in the league to end a fantastic 1st full year as a club. Won the match 2-0 to move onto 30 points for the season opening up a healthy lead at the top of the Premier Division.

  Confusion surrounds the result in the match between Chelmsford City Ladies and Alresford Colne Rangers as the result is listed as a 4-1 away win for Alresford everywhere bar Chelmsford City Ladies own website that has them as the 4-1 victors and have the 4 goals credited to Mia Brisley, Angela Holden and a brace for Charlotte Palmer. Not the 1st time a result gets listed back to front and will eventually be corrected. The win sees Chelmsford City end 2016 in 5th place in the Premier Division table.

Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies end the year in 6th spot in the Premier Division table with a big win away to Wickford Town Ladies who netted 3 goals in the match, Autumn Ranger, Danielle Dickens and Charlee Twigg all putting the ball into the back of the net. Beacon Hill Rovers hit back with more than double that tally to win the match and the 3 points, Jo Smeaton scoring 4 goals herself in the match, Sam Lloyd, Emma Norton and Amy Pursor all scoring a goal a piece in a 7-3 win.

Chigwell Ladies finished the year with a 3-1 home win against Collier Row Tigers. Their 2nd league victory of the season moving them up to 8th in the Premier Division table. Hollie Butterworth, Amy Smith and Amber Elliot scoring Chigwell’s goals.

Essex Women’s Division One

 The contest for the Essex Women’s Division One title looks to be between new sides Corringham Cosmos and Frontiers Ladies both well clear of the chasing pack as 2016 draws to a close. Corringham Cosmos remaining 3 points ahead of Frontiers in 2nd with a large home win against FC Clacton Ladies who dished out a 14-0 defeat last Sunday were on the wrong end of the result this time around going down 10-0 as Corringham made it 10 wins for the season moving onto 30 points.

   Frontiers Ladies are 3 points back but crucially have 2 games in hand on the league leaders as they recorded their 9th straight win in the league on Sunday at home playing Collier Row Athletic in 5th spot in the Division One table. Frontiers scoring 5 goals without reply to secure the 3 points with Sharon Ferguson scoring a brace, a brace too for Emma Best (pictured) and a goal for Claire Davidson. Frontiers and Corringham Cosmos have yet to play each other in the league, two big games coming in the New Year.

Hatfield Peveral Ladies also new to the league this season end the year in 3rd place in the Division One table with a big away win at Benfleet Villa Ladies on Sunday. Christa Osman scoring 4 goals in the game for the away side with Megan Warner and Michelle Hodgson also scoring a goal each in a 6-1 victory.

 6-1 was also the winning score at home for Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves hosting Wickford Town Ladies Reserves on Sunday. Charlotte Barnard bagging herself a hat-trick for Chelmsford City with the other 3 goals shared between, Emily Kendle, Emma Sharpe and Kayla-Marie Everett as they win for the 5th time this season to close up with the sides in mid-table.


The Round-Up – Suffolk 18/12/16

The Round-Up

Suffolk Women’s Division – Sunday 18th December

Two matches in the Suffolk Women’s Division to end the year, with the top 2 not in action it was an opportunity for 3rd placed Brantham Athletic Ladies to close the gap on the leaders playing away against Bacton United Ladies. The home side held the advantage at half-time with the score 2-1 Lois Balfour netting a brace. Brantham Athletic got themselves back on level terms to draw the game 2-2 both sides taking a point from the match, Lucy Dunnett and Jessica Ryan scoring the goals for Brantham Athletic.

Elsewhere it was a clash between the bottom two with Leiston St Margarets Ladies hosting Ipswich Phoenix Ladies. The home side moving up a place above Copleston Ladies with a 5-0 win to take the 3 points, Thalia Cloke, Sarah Cooper, Jessica Coxage and Lucy Moran amongst the goals for Leiston St Margarets winning their 2nd league game of the season to end the year on a high.

The Round-Up – ERWFL 18/12/16

The Round-Up

ERWFL – Sunday 18th December

ERWFL League Cup

Two more sides reached the quarter finals of the ERWFL League Cup this Sunday as the two remaining ties in the competition were played. Royston Town Ladies were at home taking on AFC Sudbury Ladies in the 3rd Round of the competition. It was AFC Sudbury who took the lead with Mia Etheridge putting them one up 15 minutes into the game held onto the lead going into the changing rooms at half-time. Stacey Teager doubling the advantage from the penalty spot 20 minutes into the 2nd half as she was brought down inside the box. Andrea Wright reduced the deficit to 2-1 for Royston Town with 10 minutes left, couldn’t find another goal as AFC Sudbury held onto the lead to progress into the next round. Have a home tie in the quarter finals in February taking on fellow Premier Division side AFC Dunstable Ladies.

Was a Cambridge derby in the other 3rd Round tie in the ERWFL League Cup with Division One side Cambridge City Ladies travelling to the Glassworld Stadium to play Premier Division side, Histon Ladies. New signing Nuala Wayne making her 1st appearance for Cambridge City giving the visitors the lead in the 1st half. Emma Littlewood putting Cambridge City 2-0 up early in the 2nd half the win was assured when Wayne netted her 2nd of the game to see Cambridge City into the quarter finals with a 3-0 win will be away to Acle United Ladies in February.

ERWFL Premier Division

3 games in the ERWFL Premier Division on Sunday to end the year. After 3 successive defeats in league and cup 2nd placed side Bedford Ladies finally got back to winning ways at home ending opponents Brentwood Town Ladies winning streak that had seen them climb up the table with 4 straight league wins. A brace scored by Michelle Byrne along with a hat-trick by Natasha Fensome seeing Bedford win the game 5-1 to move level on points with Haringey Borough Women at the top of the table however Bedford have played 4 more games than their title rivals. Leah Cowan scoring the goal for Brentwood Town Ladies.

Tight in the middle of the ERWFL Premier Division table with just 2 points now separating the sides between 4th and 8th. A single goal was enough to take all 3 points for Writtle Ladies at home to 3rd placed AFC Dunstable Ladies on Sunday the goal scored by Courtney Clarke the win seeing Writtle jump up the league standings to end 2016 in 4th place in the Premier Division.

acle-rowland   It was an Acle United Ladies side depleted by injury and illness that travelled to Essex on Sunday to play Colchester Town Ladies the home side taking full advantage with a good 1st half performance to lead the game 2-0 at half-time. Nancy Butler putting the home side ahead on 16 minutes, Sasha Anderson making it 2-0 10 minutes later. That remained the score 2nd half as the match moved into the final 10 minutes. Hayley Demmon coming off the substitutes bench having been out off competitive action for a spell putting the ball into the back of the net for Acle United to see them pull a goal back. Acle United pushing for an equaliser late in the game got it with a couple of minutes of the 90 left Amber Rowland (pictured) sending the ball home to make it 2-2 and see the points shared.

ERWFL Division One

 4 matches in ERWFL Division One to end 2016 and it’s Offley & Stopsley Ladies who end the year top of the table allow they were pushed all the way at home against Silver End United Ladies in a 7 goal thriller. The visitors scoring twice in the 1st half, Abigail Head and Kayleigh Steed on target with the goals with captain Rebecca Hollocks scoring a 3rd goal for Silver End 15 minutes into the 2nd half. Offley & Stopsley hit back with 4 goals with 4 different goal scorers to win the game 4-3 to take the 3 points. Gemma Coggins, Katerina Hamplova, Giselle Randall and Rianne Townsend-Brown all getting their name down on the score sheet.

   It was raining goals at Kings Head Meadow as Wymondham Town Ladies took on bottom side Hoddesdon Town Ladies. The Norfolk side taking an early lead with Gemma Sanders scoring inside 2 minutes. Amber Cantwell doubling the lead 10 minutes later for Wymondham Town. Sally Hammerton with her 1st goal for the 1st team this season making it 3-0 on 19 minutes. Laura Hammerton netting her 1st goal too for the 1st team this season to make it 4-0 just past the half hour mark the lead was 5-0 at the break with Kayleigh Holloway scoring in the 37th minute. The goals continued to flow for Wymondham Town in the 2nd half Bethany Fretwell finding the back of the net 3 minutes after kick-off. Sanders and Cantwell both scoring their 2nd of the game on 60 and 63 minutes to extend the lead. Sally Hammerton bringing up a double figure score as she completed her hat-trick with 2 goals in 5 minutes in the 75th and 80th minute, 2 more goals added in the final 10 minutes of the match both scored by Laura Nicholls the final score 12-0 the result seeing Wymondham Town climb above Cambridge City Ladies to end 2016 in 2nd spot in the Division One table.

Getting tight at the top of the Division One table with 4th placed Colney Heath Ladies moving level on points with Cambridge City Ladies in 3rd on 24 points with a comfortable home win against Ipswich Wanderers Ladies on Sunday. Christina Freestone and captain Sophie Joseph both scoring in the 1st half to see Colney Heath lead 2-0 at half-time. Came out strongly 2nd half hitting the woodwork before Holly Sheridan put the ball over the goal line to make it 3-0. 20 minutes to play and Lucy Hancock made it 4-0 to Colney Heath, Sheridan with her 2nd of the game seeing Colney Heath win the game 5-0. 3 points now separate the top for in the ERWFL Division One table, although Cambridge City Ladies leading the way for much of the 1st part of the season have 3 to 4 games in hand on all their title rivals.

Plenty of goals elsewhere in ERWFL Division One too another 7 goal thriller at the Gateway Academy with Little Thurrock Dynamos Ladies at home taking on Stevenage Ladies Reserves. A brace from Georgia Fraser with Sophie Dowman also on target seeing Little Thurrock Dynamos score 3 goals wasn’t enough to take anything from the game however as Stevenage Ladies Reserves hit back with 4 goals to win the match a goal from Leah Littlechild along with a hat-trick for Daniela Martucci seeing the visitors take all 3 points.

 The points were shared between Hertford Town Ladies and Hutton Ladies on Sunday however it looked unlikely for Hertford Town on home soil as they found themselves trailing 3-0, Laura Allen, Ebony Moore and Hayley Critchell with her 4th goal in 3 matches giving Hutton a good lead. Hertford Town came back into the game however Kerry Oldham with her 1st of the game 10 minutes into the 2nd half scored her 2nd goal of the game 10 minutes later. Carly Snell netting Hertford Town’s 3rd goal to level the scores with 10 minutes left.

The Round-Up – FAWPL 18/12/16

The Round-Up

FAWPL – Sunday 18th December


Postponed last weekend, there was one quarter final tie outstanding in the FAWPL Plate with Southern Division side, Lewes Ladies travelling to the Stockwood Park Athletics Stadium to play South East Division One side, Luton Town Ladies an away match versus FAWPL Northern Division side Leicester City Women awaiting the winners. Rachel Palmer putting Lewes into the lead scoring from a free-kick on 12 minutes. Chances followed for both sides however the lead was 1-0 to Lewes at half-time.

The visitors doubled the lead early in the 2nd half, 2-0 the advantage going into the last 15 minutes of the match, Lewes introducing fresh legs with a double substitution bringing on both Sian Heather and Rebecca Carter who found the back of the net a couple of minutes later to make the lead 3-0, Carter scoring again minutes later. Kim Stenning also a 2nd half substitute netted the 5th goal for Lewes with Carter completing a 15 minute hat-trick at the end of the match to see Lewes win the game 6-0 to reach the semi-finals scheduled to be played Sunday 5th March. Huddersfield Town Ladies from the FAWPL Northern Division will host Actonians Ladies from South East Division One in the other Plate semi-final.

FAWPL Southern Division

Tottenham Hotspur Ladies end 2016 with an unbeaten league record to sit top of the FAWPL Southern Division with 9 victories plus 1 draw from 10 games. Ended the year at home to Portsmouth FC Ladies, taking control of the match with a strong 1st half performance, Lucia Leon putting Tottenham into the lead, 2 quick fire goals from Kelley Blanchflower followed as she put the ball into the back of the net on the 12th and 15th minute and just 3 minutes later Bianca Baptiste was celebrating with her teammates after making it 4-0. That the lead at half-time Tottenham defended that scoreline 2nd half keeping Portsmouth at bay to win the 3 points and stay 3 points clear at the top of the table.

   A 3-0 win away to C&K Basildon Ladies last Sunday saw Coventry United Ladies move up a place in the FAWPL Southern Division table into 3rd. Were playing C&K Basildon Ladies again this Sunday at their Park Meadow home got off to the perfect start with Alison Hall putting the ball into the back of the net in the 1st minute. Hall made it 2-0 on 10 minutes, Coventry were leading 3-0 just a minute later with Helen Dermody on target with a goal. Ashleigh Neville also scoring late in the 1st half to see Coventry United lead 4-0 at half-time. Hall going onto complete her hat-trick in the 2nd half scoring on 62 minutes. Amber Hughes also getting in on the goal scoring action for Coventry making it 6-0 with 15 minutes left on the clock to see them move above Charlton Athletic Women into 2nd.

Charlton Athletic Women drop 2 places in the FAWPL Southern Division table after they were beaten at home on Sunday taking on the other side still unbeaten in the league, Cardiff City Ladies. The visitors holding the advantage going into the changing rooms at half-time, Chloe Chivers scoring the goal to give Cardiff City the lead. Kerry Bartlett made it 2-0 to Cardiff City early in the 2nd half before Charlton Athletic pulled a goal back with Charley Clifford scoring on 56 minutes to make it 2-1. Chivers scored her 2nd of the match to restore Cardiff City’s 2 goal cushion, Hope Suominen on target for Cardiff City to see them win the game 4-1 to climb a place into 3rd in the table 3 points behind Tottenham with a match in hand the two sides yet to play each other are scheduled to play each other home and away on successive Sunday’s at the end of January and beginning of February next year.

cc-bryan2  Crystal Palace Ladies end what has been a successful 2016 by climbing up to 5th place in the FAWPL Southern Division, having been promoted with an unbeaten record from South east Division One at the end of last season. Were at home on Sunday taking on fellow promoted side Swindon Town Ladies. Top scorer Gemma Bryan (pictured) giving Crystal Palace the lead just after the half hour mark, added a 2nd goal a minute before the end of the 1st half. 2-0 the lead at half-time Crystal Palace held onto the lead 2nd half were awarded a penalty kick late in the match Bryan to take putting the ball past the Swindon keeper to complete her hat-trick and move onto 15 goals for the season. 

A huge 3 points for bottom side Queens Park Rangers Ladies on Sunday as they secured their 1st league win of the season in their last match of 2016. Were away to the side immediately above them in the FAWPL Southern Division table West Ham United Ladies 3 points the gap between the 2 sides going into the game. West Ham United looked to be pulling away from Queens Park Rangers after Dayna Chong had given the home side the lead 36 minutes into the 1st half. Queens Park Rangers coming back into the game with captain Elly Maggs scoring to get them back on level terms 15 minutes into the 2nd half, then with 15 minutes left to play top scorer, Jennifer Critchley fired the ball into the back of the net to score the winning goal Queens Park Rangers taking the 3 points with a much needed 2-1 win to go level with West Ham United Ladies on 5 points with a game in hand.

FAWPL South East Division One

4 matches in FAWPL South East Division One on the last footballing Sunday of 2016 and with league leaders Cambridge United WFC not in action it was a chance for the chasing sides to close the gap at the top. 2nd placed AFC Wimbledon Ladies promoted to the league last season have enjoyed a great 2016 travelled up to Suffolk on Sunday to play Ipswich Town Ladies. The visitors leading the game 2-1 at half-time with Katie Stanley and Hannah Searle scoring the goals with Sophie Welton scoring the goal for Ipswich Town. Laura Curtis extended AFC Wimbledon’s lead early in the 2nd half with Stanley scoring her 2nd of the game in the last 10 minutes to see the visitors leave Suffolk with all 3 points move a point behind the leaders.

Also winning at the weekend were 3rd placed Milton Keynes Dons Ladies who are now 2 points behind Cambridge United WFC at the top were at home at Newport Pagnell Town FC on Sunday playing Stevenage Ladies. The 2 sides contesting a goalless 1st half. Milton Keynes Dons were awarded a penalty in the 2nd half, Heather McDonnell scoring from the spot to give the home side the lead. McDonnell scored again to make it 2-0 and see the 3 points go to Milton Keynes Dons.

 Actonians Ladies reached the semi-finals of the FAWPL Plate last Sunday, celebrating a historic result they also dropped a place in the league table to 5th as Gillingham FC Ladies won big to move above them. It was Gillingham who weren’t in action this Sunday as Actonians made the long trip up to the Suffolk coast to play Lowestoft Town Ladies. Alessandra Barreca scoring a hat-trick for the visitors in a convincing win with captain Sinead Friel also netting a brace and Simone Wan and Katrina Duncan getting a goal a piece in a 7-0 win to see Actonians back up to 4th spot.

The Supporting Women’s Football Blog was at Plantation Park for the final footballing Sunday of 2016 to watch the game between Norwich City Ladies and Enfield Town Ladies. Norwich City having played fewer league games than anyone else in the division were in 10th place with 4 points looking to close the 8 point gap to Enfield Town above them in 9th. It was Enfield who started the brighter of the 2 sides creating opportunities getting the ball out to the wide players, Norwich coming back into the match the 1st half looking to be ending goalless, Kyla Love getting hold of the ball and driving forwards for Norwich down the left side, initially stopped in her tracks by Enfield’s Sheryce Slater, didn’t give up regaining possession got in behind entering the box and sending her shot over the keeper into the back of the net to give Norwich a 1st half lead.

  Enfield came out strong at the start of the 2nd half had Norwich penned in their own half Anna Loftus getting onto a ball through the middle playing it early 25 yards out to send the ball up and over the keeper to make it 1-1. On 62 minutes Enfield took the lead captain, Nuala McKevitt heading the ball home from a corner kick. Both sides went on to strike the woodwork twice with Norwich pressing late on for an equalising goal Chelsea Garrett (pictured) was played in on the right heading towards the box squeezed her shot past the on rushing keeper the ball running on to kiss the far post and roll over the line to make it 2-2 in the 90th minute and see the points shared. The whole match report can be found further down the page or by clicking on the link below. 

Norwich City Ladies 2-2 Enfield Town Ladies

Match Report – Norwich City Ladies v Enfield Town Ladies

The last match report of 2016 on the Supporting Women’s Football Blog came from FAWPL South East Division One this Sunday, a trip to Plantation Park to watch Norwich City Ladies play Enfield Town Ladies.

Match Report- Norwich City Ladies v Enfield Town Ladies

 The last match of 2016 on the Supporting Women’s Football Blog this Sunday, a game from the FAWPL South East Division One to end the year, staying in Norfolk a trip to Plantation Park to watch Norwich City Ladies at home to Enfield Town Ladies.

  Watched Norwich City Ladies in action at home a little over a month ago in the FA Women’s Cup winning a dramatic game with local rivals Lowestoft Town Ladies in a penalty shoot-out to reach the 1st Round Proper of the competition. Were to lose out at home to fellow FAWPL South East Division One side, AFC Wimbledon Ladies in the next round to exit the competition leaving the league as their sole objective going into the new year. In 10th place have just the 4 points on the board a point clear of the bottom 2, Stevenage Ladies and Lowestoft Town Ladies.

  Norwich City Ladies are playing catch up with the rest of the league however having played just the 6 league games before today’s game. Winning on the opening day of the season away to Lowestoft, have been integrating several new young players win their experienced squad members, losing their next 4 league games in a row including a 5-4 defeat to Actonians Ladies you might remember reading on the blog having been 4-1 down away from home only to come back to make it 4-4 in the 2nd half before eventually conceding a 5th goal to leave the capital with nothing. Their last league defeat away to Enfield Town Ladies back at the end of October 2-1. Got a point from their match last week welcoming 2nd placed AFC Wimbledon Ladies back to Plantation Park, Paige Shorten scoring in the last 10 minutes to make it 1-1 after the visitors had gone 1 up 10 minutes into the 2nd half. A busy 2017 looms for Norwich as they look to try and close the 8 point gap on the sides above them.

  Enfield Town Ladies are the team Norwich City Ladies are looking to catch in 9th place in the FAWPL South East Division One table. 13 points from 13 games played to date, have a new manager with Marc Nurse-Moore taking over the job having been at West Ham United Ladies previously. Takes charge of one of the divisions established sides that made history last season reaching their 1st ever National Cup Final in what was their 30th anniversary year. A side that is always capable of going on a run in the league only 5 points between Enfield in 9th and Gillingham FC Ladies in 5th tight in the middle of the table. Nurse-Moore despite having a good sized squad at his disposal has had several players unavailable through injury at the start of the season. A 0-0 draw at home last time out in the league against Stevenage Ladies.

  A new layout at Plantation Park on match days now, was easy before for supporters to wander through the main building past the changing rooms to get to the pitch, now instead you go around the Macron Store to the right entering through the turn-styles, access to the upstairs bar to the left, a large window provides a good overview of the pitch, can opt to watch the game from the comfort of indoors if you like, however I have a spot I like at Plantation park in the main stand I like so I headed there instead. The pitch is a good size has seen alot of action and looks fairly worn in places needs a rest over the festive period having seen alot of football and rain. Was a dry day today however the pitch drained well still and sunny if chilly.   

  Norwich City Ladies starting XI – Ellie Bird, Rebecca Russell, Erin Wilson, Bryony Rapley (C) Brooke Osborne, Millie Davies, Jodie Drake, Kyla Love, Ellen Swift, Chelsea Garrett & Natasha Snelling.
  subs- Emily McErkerk, Teo Ilie & Kate Parsons. 

  Enfield Town Ladies starting XI – Jodie Sanderson, Sheryce Slater, Danielle Smith, Claire Ford, Cally Browne, Lizzie Kent, Nuala McKevitt (C), Stavroulla Panayiotou, Danjeta Krasnici, Alena Beganovic & Anna Loftus.  

  subs – Vicky Lewis, Kally-Anna Westgarth & Lisa Kline.

  Shorten unavailable today for Norwich regular captain, Kate Parsons on the bench, Bryony Rapley wearing the captains armband today. Enfield were also without their regular captain, Regan Coleman with Nuala McKevitt wearing the armband today aswell as a bandage around her head to protect an injury that she had sustained earlier the season a severe cut to the head that kept her out for a few games. 

  It’s Norwich to kick-off the 1st half wearing green shirts with yellow vertical piping, yellow shorts with green socks with Enfield lined up opposite wearing white shirts, blue shorts and blue and white hooped socks. Enfield press the ball right from the start win possession send the ball out to the left with Danjeta Krasnici looking to take the ball down the line, wins a throw deep in Norwich territory the ball is worked on into the area headed away, Enfield get it back Lizzie Kent playing it out Stavroulla Panayiotou on the right her diagonal ball into the box is marshalled back to Norwich goalkeeper, Ellie Bird by Rapley at the back.

Norwich City Ladies, Rebecca Russell getting to the ball
ahead of Enfield Town Ladies, Danjeta Krasnici

  Enfield have Norwich pinned in their half at the start of the match, Panayiotou holds the ball up right wing receiving from a throw outside the box her ball crossed into the box headed away by Millie Davies for Norwich look to counter attack the ball played long for Brooke Osborne breaking on the left is tackled by Enfield’s, Danielle Smith level with the top of the area Norwich get the cross into the area, Enfield’s Claire Ford heading the ball out of the area for another throw on the right. Enfield get hold of the ball from the throw can’t get it away good closing down by Jodie Drake for Norwich plays the pass inside for Natasha Snelling 25 yards out looks to try and slide the ball into the box with Chelsea Garrett making a run to get in behind, Ford goes with her, doesn’t need to make the tackle as her goalkeeper, Jodie Sanderson coming forwards makes the call and gathers the ball into her gloves.

Enfield Town Ladies, Claire Ford with Norwich
City Ladies, Chelsea Garrett

  Up the other end Bird is quickly out of her goalmouth to the left corner of her area to slide in and smother the ball at the feet of Krasnici on the left as she breaks in behind after Loftus in the middle closes down the Norwich back line the ball deflecting off her out to Krasnici. Davies fouls Enfield’s, Alena Berganovic in front of the centre circle a free-kick given players go forwards lining up a top the area as Smith plays the ball forwards, McKevitt getting up looks to head the ball on into the area, runs out of play taking a touch of a Norwich body on the way through a corner is given. The ball sent in high to the near post is defended by Norwich, Kyla Love looks to break away down the left, Loftus gets back on her to tackle and win the ball the ball out for a throw on halfway. 

 Love gets hold of the ball and drives forwards down the left for Norwich, sends a low cross into the near post area, Snelling arriving at the top of the six yard box has not been picked up the ball into her looks to help it on across the keeper, runs across the face of goal narrowly wide at the far post. Is shaping up to be a good contest between the 2 sides Norwich give away a free-kick on half-way, Ford to play the ball long up towards the Norwich area, Kent jumps to try and get her head on the ball can’t reach it. The ball is kept down that end Krasnici getting a throw on the left the ball is lifted inside to Kent 25 yards out looks to head the ball on into the area, Bird coming gets hold of the ball before it can be helped on.

Danjeta Krasnici with Norwich’s Natasha Snelling

   Osborne finds herself in a central position as Norwich get the ball forwards 25 yards out wins possession back as Enfield try to clear from the back plays the pass out to Garrett wide left, hooks the ball back in field with Snelling right of the D outside the box picking it up and lifting it up into the box Love breaking far post the target coming in high tries to meet the ball on the volley inside the six yard box her touch sending the ball back square across the face of goal, Sanderson stepping off her goal line gets hold of the ball. Norwich attack on the right Osborne closing down the ball knocks it down the wing for Snelling peeling in behind closing on the byline turns a cross in towards the near post, Ellen Swift making the run can’t get her foot over the ball as McKevitt tracking her run turns the ball behind for the corner kick. Played into the area from the right Davies makes a run towards the ball gets a touch to help it on into the middle Rapley coming in doesn’t connect as she swings for the ball on the penalty spot runs wide to the left Norwich send it back in far post Ford heads clear for Enfield.

  Garrett tries to get ahead of Ford through the middle as Osborne plays the ball on with the outside of her boot inside the centre circle, the Enfield defender holding up the Norwich attacker allowing Sanderson time to come and gather the ball as it runs into the box. Enfield counter attack the ball played into McKevitt her pass long for Panayiotou on the right wing plays an early ball across the face of the Norwich area, 25 yards out running onto the ball Loftus hits a shot 1st time her effort curling away from goal. Midway through the 1st half Enfield press forwards the ball with Panayiotou on the right wing fires the ball into the area the ball flashing wide across goal. Love looks a threat on the left for Norwich breaking from her own half with the ball is stopped by Ford getting across and sliding in to take the ball. 

  Drake plays the ball out to Garrett on the left side, puts the ball inside for Swift outside the box who looks to turn in behind with her 1st touch, Cally Browne reading the move throws out a leg to take the ball away from her. End to end action Rebecca Russell gets to the ball ahead of Krasnici on the left as Enfield try to get her away down the wing the ball is rolled into Snelling moves the ball on quickly with Garrett trying to get in behind run into the box, up against Ford the defender winning the race for the ball. Berganovic is fed in behind the Norwich defence, Bird out of her goal sharply gets to the ball 1st. 


Danielle Smith clears the ball for
Enfield Town Ladies

Love brings the ball up the left for Norwich continues her run making for the box as she lays the ball inside for Snelling outside the box, back out to Garrett on the left is tackled by Sheryce Slater, the ball doesn’t go far Garrett retrieves plays the ball up into the box left side Love seeing it into her feet turns playing the ball into the near post with Swift looking to make the run, Sanderson is across her goal quickly to get down and claim the ball. 

  Snelling drives forwards through the middle with the ball for Norwich her pass is forwards for Swift drifting to the right, Browne gets back on her to put the ball out to the right, Osborne racing forwards gets hold of it pushing down the line her 1st attempt to play the ball in is charged down the ball out for a throw taken quickly, Osborne gets her 2nd cross into the Enfield six yard box flashing across goal hits McKevitt on the back, deflecting it straight at her goal, but also straight into Sanderson well placed in the middle.

  Slater throwing herself at the ball inside the box does just about enough far post to deny Garrett an attempt at goal as she makes the run inside having laid the ball into Snelling at the top of the area on the right as she brings the ball forwards for Norwich. Enfield attack through the middle the ball played into Loftus 30 yards out rolls it in field for Berganovic who looks to feed Panayiotou into the area from the right side, Love getting back tackles her inside the box coming away with the ball. Kent with the long pass out to the right sees Panayiotou attack down the line making for the byline wins Enfield a corner kick, a good delivery into the near post area the ball is dealt with by Rapley.

Norwich City Ladies, Kyla Love

  GOAL! Norwich launch a counter attack and take the lead late in the 1st half the ball with Love on the left side carries it along way is met by Slater the two coming together battling for control of the ball, Slater has it, Love doesn’t give up and getting back at her steals the ball off the defender and runs in behind reaching to top of the box, shoots firing the ball in over the keeper into the back of the net 1-0.

  Enfield press forwards as the 1st half moves into injury time, Panayiotou winning a corner on the right off Wilson. Bird comes through bodies to try and punch it clear near post knocking the ball up into the air is cleared only as far as Berganovic top of the area right of goal takes on the side a nick taking it behind for a 2nd corner kick, Ford gets up highest for it headers the ball down drops wide of the goal a 3rd corner is signalled try to go short with Loftus moving out to the left her ball into the area is cleared by Norwich.  

Half-time Norwich City Ladies 1-0 Enfield Town Ladies

  A narrow lead for Norwich at half-time as the two sides head for the changing rooms. A bright start from Enfield, Norwich coming back into the game a good contest so far both sides attacking with purpose looking to create chances in front of goal. The light starting to fade as the sides head out for the 2nd half, Enfield to get the 2nd half underway. The ball out to Panayiotou on the right, tackled by Wilson the ball out for a throw. Enfield with a strong start to the 2nd half keeping Norwich penned inside their own half, Love tries to get away on the left for the home side Ford coming across to slide in and stop her putting the ball out for the throw. Wilson throws the ball into Snelling the pair combining up the wing the ball swept high into the Enfield area is collected by Sanderson, Swift and Garrett running into the six yard box either side of her.
  A throw deep on the right for Enfield the ball launched into the area for McKevitt, Norwich clear it comes straight at Loftus 30 yards out looks to meet the ball on the volley her shot back in bouncing wide of the target. Enfield make an early change 2nd half with Krasnici coming off, Lisa Kline substituted on takes up a central attacking role with Berganovic moving out to the left side. The visitors continue their good start to the 2nd half pushing players forwards, Bird coming near post to claim a cross lifted in from the left. A rapid build up from Enfield with good control in the middle from Loftus turning off her marker and laying the ball on into the box with Berganovic on the move inside from the left looking to get onto the end of it, Bird with a great save comes sliding out to close her down blocks the shot at her feet the ball loose runs out of the area with McKevitt sensing a chance, Drake getting back to challenge as McKevitt pulls the trigger the ball runs wide of goal.
Anna Loftus scores to make it 1-1 for Enfield Town Ladies 
  GOAL! A little over 10 minutes of the 2nd half played and Enfield pull the scores level. Breaking up a Norwich move the ball is played up through the middle coming into Loftus 25 yards out beats Wilson to the ball taking it on hits the falling ball sending it up into the area looping over Bird to drop into the goal beyond 1-1.
Norwich City Ladies, Ellen Swift
  Norwich get on the attack from the restart the ball played out to the right Osborn getting forwards the early ball fired into Swift outside the box on the right, intends to let the ball run across her spin in behind, up against Ford the experienced centre back reading the move gets a foot on the ball to push it out of Swift’s path. A change for Norwich as they win a free-kick inside the Enfield half, Kate Parsons coming on for Russell at the back. The fee-kick in front of the circle is played up into the Enfield area, Browne clearing fall to Drake outside the box hits a shot back in bounces wide of goal. 
  A shot from Swift from distance 30 yards or more flies in towards goal smashes down off the cross bar bounces behind Sanderson who gets hold of the bouncing ball, long way from that goal so couldn’t tell, after the match the supporters watching from that end say it bounced over the line, the officials didn’t give it however as play continues. Enfield play the ball forwards push plenty of players forwards in the move the ball rolled into Kent outside the box right of the D, looks to curl the ball in towards the far post, takes a deflection off a Norwich shirt that sees the ball run wide for a corner kick.
  GOAL! 62 minutes into the match and Enfield capitalise on their great start to the 2nd half to take the lead from the corner kick, taken from the left a good delivery near post it’s McKevitt who gets up well to meet the ball with her head sending the ball down across the face of the Norwich goal, bouncing off the base of the far stick and into the back of the net 1-2.
Enfield Town Ladies captain, Nuala McKevitt
  Kline with the ball played into her 25 yards out turns off her marker heading towards the area looks to roll the ball on for Berganovic trying to get into the box from the left, is tackled by Rapley the ball out for throw. Berganovic with a strong run on the ball from the halfway line looks to sent Kline through into the area, Norwich defend Parsons getting the ball away for a throw left level with the top of the box. Berganovic takes the ball down and spinning in behind down the wing gets a cross into the area, Bird is able to collect unchallenged.
  The ball is played forwards for Loftus drifting out to the right side as Enfield attack outside the box holds it up as players get forwards rolls it back for McKevitt who pass it inside to Kent outside the area right side looks to curl a ball in towards goal her effort blocked rebounds back to her tries to lift the ball in near post bounces wide of the target. Kent setting up another attack for Enfield plays the ball long for Berganovic on the left, is tackled by Osborne the counter attack on the ball with Love she is fouled inside the Enfield half the free-kick awarded a pause in play as she receives treatment. The ball is played down the right wing the cross put into the box early fired long across the face of goal, Snelling getting into the six yard box does well to get her leg up and turn the ball in towards goal at the post, Sanderson is equal to it getting across to make the save conceding the corner.
Enfield Town Ladies
Jodie Sanderson
  The floodlights much needed come on as Love attacks down the left for Norwich, Slater with support from McKevitt stop her getting into the area. Swift gets onto the ball for Norwich on the right plays the ball into the box flying across the top of the six yard Garrett far post under challenge from Ford can’t direct her shot on target. A corner for Norwich on the right the ball is cleared near post runs out to Love just outside the box right of the D shoots her attempt racing wide of goal. Norwich make their 2nd change Emily McErkerk comes on for Davies.
Norwich City Ladies, Natasha Snelling
  Enfield fail to close down Snelling as the Norwich attacker is given the ball 30 yards out, takes on the shot sends the ball racing in towards goal, Sanderson flat footed in the middle of her goal as the ball skips past her, hits the base of the post and spins across the face of goal, no runners following up Enfield clear and launch a counter attack Kent playing the ball up the middle into Loftus who turning gets her head down and runs at the Norwich defence a good run across her from Kline outside the area sees Loftus run clear shoots from the top of the box the ball flies over Bird smashes down off the crossbar into the six yard box a scramble for the ball sees it cleared behind for a corner.
  Moments after hitting the crossbar, Loftus sees another shot denied by the woodwork. Players forwards pressing Norwich back the home side clear the ball from their area falls to Kent right side 25 yards out headers the ball down inside to Loftus who curls a shot in beating the diving Bird throwing herself to the right the ball hitting the base of the post beyond before being cleared. Another day and Loftus would be celebrating a hat-trick. Loftus keeps the ball in play on the right 30 yard from goal spinning in behind takes the ball down the line before turning inside gets into the box and fires a shot over the bar.
  Snelling is clipped the foul conceded in a central position 25 yards from goal. Parsons on the set-piece looks to go for goal getting the ball around the wall bounces inside the six yard box straight into Sanderson’s gloves. Not much time left for Norwich to find a goal to level the scores 3 minutes of normal time to play as Enfield go on the attack Kline coming away with the ball in the middle charges towards the box sends the ball long towards the far post, Rapley getting the ball away before it can be met by Berganovic running in.
  GOAL! Last minute of the game Norwich counter attack getting the ball forwards into Garrett on the right wing running clear heads for the area, Sanderson comes racing out to close her down Garrett gets the ball past her and it rolls on towards goal kissing the base of the far post before trickling over the line to see Norwich level 2-2.
Chelsea Garrett, pictured with Enfield’s Lizzie Kent with a
late equaliser for Norwich City Ladies.
  Breaks for injuries 2nd half will see several minutes of stoppage time played, both sides not content with the point push on looking for another goal, Enfield have the ball fed into Berganovic 25 yards outside the box a snap shot pulls the ball wide of the Norwich goal. Norwich attack up the other end, Love played onto the ball on the left spins in behind Slater tries to put the ball into the path of Garrett inside the box, Ford getting back on her her tackle deny the scoring opportunity late on. Enfield bring on Vicky Lewis in place of Browne. Loftus gets onto the ball right side for Enfield shoots early putting the ball straight at the keeper, Norwich loose possession trying to play the ball out from the back Loftus nipping in to win the ball 25 yards out lifts a high ball into the box straight at Bird the keeper is able to bring it down safely.
Full-time Norwich City Ladies 2-2 Enfield Town Ladies

 Full-time and the match ends with a draw the points shared Norwich coming back from behind for the 2nd successive home match to earn a draw. A good contest between the two sides, Enfield doing well at the start of the 2nd half to get back on level terms then take the lead, could have won it denied by the woodwork twice. Norwich has two efforts come off the woodwork too and levelling late on may feel they could have nicked the win as well. 
  My thanks to both clubs today for their help with the teams. A good match to end 2016, 102 for the year that will do. Wishing everyone a very Happy Christmas and New Year, see you by a pitch somewhere in 2017.

The Round-Up – Essex 11/12/16

The Round-Up

Essex – Sunday 11th December

Essex Women’s Premier Division

 Postponements hit the Essex Women’s Premier Division heavily at the weekend with 3 of the 4 scheduled matches being called off. That left the one game with 4th placed Eastern Avenue at home playing Alresford Colne Rangers in 10th place. A goal each for Hannah Warner and Mollie Rose saw Eastern Avenue win the game 2-0 the 3 points taking them above Runwell Sports Ladies into 3rd spot in the league table.

Essex Women’s Division One

All 4 off the scheduled league games in Essex Women’s Division One were played at the weekend with table toppers, Corringham Cosmos away to 3rd placed Harlow Town Ladies Reserves. A 3-1 win for Corringham seeing them move 3 points clear of title rivals Frontiers Ladies who weren’t in action at the weekend.

 It was 4th versus 5th in the Division One table as Hatfield Peveral Ladies travelled to Collier Row Athletic both sides new to the league this season enjoying a good start, the match saw 6 goals scored with the points ending up being shared in a 3-3 draw. Donna Fletcher, Cara Wilshire and Christa Osman with the goals for Hatfield Peveral Ladies.

A big win at home for FC Clacton Ladies in 6th place in the Division One table on Sunday taking on bottom side Waltham Forest Ladies. The final score 14-0 to see the 3 points won for the 5th time this season.

Another huge win in the final game to bring you in Essex Women’s Division One, not the scoreline so much as the 3 points, Benfleet Villa Ladies getting 3 on the board having lost the previous 3 won after their opponents withdrew from the league early on. Benfleet Villa were away on Sunday playing Wickford Town Ladies Reserves winning the game 3-0 to get off 0 points and close the gap on Wickford Town in 8th to 3 points.

The Round-Up – Cambridgeshire 11/12/16

The Round-Up

Cambridgeshire – Sunday 11th December

Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership

Two matches in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership this Sunday and with leaders Cambridge United WFC Reserves seeing their match postponed it was an opportunity for 2nd placed Newmarket Town Ladies to move back level on points with them at the top of the table. new-griffinHowever they got off to the worst possible start away to newly promoted Park Ladies conceding a goal inside the opening 2 minutes, Amy Newell putting Park Ladies into the lead. Newmarket came back into it midway through the 1st half, Abbi Griffin (pictured) scoring 2 goals inside a minute to see the visiting side lead 2-1. Siobhan White making it 3-1 to Newmarket on the half hour mark. Leading 3-1 at the break Park reduced the deficit in the 66th minute, Newell with her 2nd goal of the game. Cindy Ponder scored for Newmarket with 10 minutes left on the clock, Lauren Deller adding a 5th goal 5 minutes from time to see Newmarket to a 5-2 victory and move level on points with the leaders. All this away from home as Newmarket Town Ladies have yet to play a league match at home this season.

 In the other match in the Premiership on Sunday, 4th placed St Ives Town Ladies were on home turf taking on Netherton United Ladies in 7th place going into the game. The 2 sides contesting a goalless 1st half Netherton United went on to open the scoring in the 2nd half, Megan Strickland netting the goal in the 60th minute. Sian Gamble doubling Netherton United’s league in the 77th minute the visitors going on to win the 3 points and move above ICA Sports Ladies in the Premiership table.

Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship North

One game in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship North on Sunday and a significant result for Wisbech St Marys Ladies, 3rd in the table going into the match 3 points behind leaders March Town United Ladies, move to the top of the table on goal difference with an away win against Hungate Rovers Ladies. Catherine Ray giving Wisbech St Mary a lead in the 1st half, Lauren Laws adding a 2nd goal in the 2nd half to see the visitors take all 3 points.

Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship South 

 Also the one game played in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship South on Sunday with Newmarket Town Ladies Reserves travelling to play bottom side Orton Rangers Ladies knowing a win would put them back up into 3rd place in the league a point behind 2nd placed Milton Ladies. Got off to a poor start Orton Rangers taking an early lead went on to miss a penalty before Newmarket Town got themselves level going on to lead 3-1 at half-time. 5 more goals followed 2nd half Newmarket Town going on to win 8-1 with Jordanne Sillitoe getting 5 goals to her name and Dominika Szary netting a hat-trick.