The Round-Up – Norfolk 24/09/17

The Round-Up

Sunday 24th September

Norfolk Women’s Division One

North Walsham Angels Ladies remain top of Norfolk Women’s Division One following last weekends 12-0 home win over Long Stratton Ladies were pushed all the way to claim a 2nd successive win by Wymondham Town Ladies Reserves this time around. North Walsham leading 3-2 at the break going on to win 5-4! Luci Middleton scoring a double hat-trick last weekend followed that up with another 3 goal haul this Sunday, Emma Faux and Hope Middleton getting North Walsham’s other goals.

Joining North Walsham on 7 points at the top of the Division One table are Sprowston Ladies. Away to Long Stratton Ladies this Sunday, a brace for Rebecca Russell along with a goal for Thea Hackney helping the visitors to their 2nd win of the season the final score 4-0.

  Gorleston FC Ladies remain undefeated after 3 games. Were at home to Stalham Town Ladies on Sunday at Emerald Park having drawn their opening two league matches last season’s Division Two Champions drew for the 3 successive time to take a point from the game the score 2-2, Kelly Allen and Samantha Hunn scoring the goals for Gorleston.

At last last season’s Division One Champion’s, Thorpe United Ladies were beginning the defence of their title, have seen several departures from the club over the summer. Were away to Fakenham Town Ladies without a point from their opening 2 league games. A narrow lead for Thorpe at half-time 1 goal to the good different story 2nd half as they went on to start with a convincing win Shanice Sutton scoring 4 goals, Charlotte Groves with a hat-trick seeing Thorpe win 7-0. Early days in the league not many games played Bungay Town Ladies match at home to Aylsham postponed have played just the one league game, Aylsham yet to get started.

Norfolk Women’s Division Two


Bure Valley Wildcats Ladies, Charlie Cooper

A few new sides joining Norfolk Division Two this season, young sides too and the step up has been tough for Gorleston Rangers Ladies facing tough and experienced opponents in their opening 2 games losing away to relegated Kirkley & Pakefield FC Ladies in their opening match were at home to one of the strongest teams in the league this Sunday, Tavern Ladies. Starting with a 7-0 win Tavern followed that up with big win at Gorleston. Katie Hart-Copsey netting a double hat-trick for Tavern. Sophie Fuller scoring a hat-trick too. Their were braces for Lucy Kean and Jordie Head with Lucy Lincoln also getting a goal in a 14-0 that takes Tavern top of the table. 

  Matching Tavern with 2 wins from 2 at the top of the table are FC Sprowston Ladies. At home on Sunday to the then league leaders Beccles Town Ladies who had won their opening 2 games. FC Sprowston holding a 3-0 advantage at half-time doubled that goals tally 2nd half to win 6-0. Jade Dodds scoring a hat-trick, the other goals coming from Katie Fray, Nicole Read and Joanna Davey.

 Bure Valley Wildcats Ladies lost their opening game of the season at home to Beccles Town Ladies 7-2. Were away for their 2nd league game against fellow newcomers Costessey Sports Ladies. The sides went in goalless at the break, Bure Valley finding the back of the net 2nd half, Charlie Cooper scoring 4 goals with Abigail Clark also on target in a 5-1 win to get their 1st win in women’s football.