Results: Tough match for Fenland ladies football team

PUBLISHED: 16:12 08 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:12 08 October 2018

Results: Tough match for Fenland ladies football team

Results: Tough match for Fenland ladies football team

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Fenland football team Park Ladies had a tough afternoon as they took a team from St Ives.

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The latest match report follows below:

Park Ladies 1 - 5 St Ives Development

A tough afternoon for Park as they had three first team starters away.

They battled bravely against a tough St Ives team who will be pushing for promotion this season. Park was 3-0 down at half time but kept going to see the match finish 5-1.

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Dannii Green with the goal for Park.

Player of the match - Mihaela and Dannii

Not the start to the season we wanted but the day was made better by the unveiling of our newly sponsored training tops.

All at Park Ladies would like to thank vehicle paint repair specialist Auto Palette.

Call Andy Leadbetter on 07840 494656 for more information.

Park Ladies are a Wimblington, March based Ladies football team with players from all over Fenland.

They are affiliated to Cambs FA and play in the S-Tech league.

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