The Round-Up – Cambridgeshire 16/04/17

The Round-Up

Cambridgeshire – Sunday 16th April

Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership

4 matches played in the leagues in Cambridgeshire this Easter Sunday. Cambridge United WFC Reserves fresh from retaining the Cambridgeshire Women’s Junior Invitation Cup Final in midweek were away to Park Ladies a 1st half hat-trick for Ebony Rule along with a goal for Liz Pamplin saw the visitors leading 4-0 at the break went on to find the back of the net for 7 more goals 2nd half, Rule with another 3 to her tally. Pamplin scored another with Lucy Gateson, Kirsty Geal and Tahnee Perfect all getting a goal each the win taking Cambridge United WFC Reserves back to the top of the table a point above Netherton United Ladies and Newmarket Town Ladies. A tough 1st season in the Premiership for Park Ladies finishing bottom losing a few players are looking to get a few new faces in over the summer and hit the ground running once the new season starts you can see their advert on the Club Advertising page if interested.

Was also another big away result in the other game played in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership this weekend with St Ives Town Ladies travelling to Bar Hill Ladies. Amy Seymour-Shove scoring a hat-trick, there were also goals for captain Sasha Smith, Georgia Stancombe, Hannah Seymour-Shove and Jade Carpenter in a 7-0 victory that puts St Ives Town above Bar Hill into 5th position in the Premiership table.

Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship North

In the Cambridgeshire Women’s Championship North, leaders March Town Ladies lost their unbeaten record at home to Swineshead Institute Ladies last Sunday suffering a 4-2 defeat. This Easter Sunday they were on home turf again taking on Ketton Ladies in 6th place. March Town started well taking the lead when Adele Munday’s through ball found Livvi Hodges who took the ball around the goalkeeper to score. Ketton got the scores back to 1-1 10 minutes before the break, Claire Lawrenson formerly of Bourne Ladies striking the ball home from distance to make it 1-1. HT 1-1

(photo credit Jon Sharpe)

The 2nd half could have gone either way, both sides with changes March Town keeper Tori Sharpe saving in a one on one with Ketton’s Fran Kavanagh. It was March Town who found the winning goal with Hodges netting her 2nd of the game her 8th in 4 matches to get them back to winning ways. 6 points clear at the top of the table. Swineshead Institute 2nd after they were awarded an away win against Wisbech St Mary Ladies.

Wisbech Town Lades are up to 3rd in the Championship North table after winning away from home on Easter Sunday. Taking on P&L Motors Diamonds in 7th spot. Sophie Gutteridge was on target with 2 goals in the game. Kimberly Fairweather also scoring a goal her 2nd since joining the club from Bourne Ladies. Zoe Tyhurst getting a goal too for Wisbech Town in a 4-0 win.