WOMEN’S FOOTBALL: Hodges’ double helps March Town Ladies secure hard-fought victory

PUBLISHED: 12:50 19 April 2017 | UPDATED: 12:50 19 April 2017

Adele Munday also went close in March's narrow victory. PHOTO: Jon Sharpe

Adele Munday also went close in March's narrow victory. PHOTO: Jon Sharpe

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March Town Ladies got back to winning ways in the S-Tech Championship North Division thanks to a hard-fought 2-1 victory over mid-table side Ketton Town last weekend.

Livvi Hodges slots home March Town Ladies' winning goal in their 2-1 victory over Ketton Town Ladies. PHOTO: Jon Sharpe Livvi Hodges slots home March Town Ladies' winning goal in their 2-1 victory over Ketton Town Ladies. PHOTO: Jon Sharpe

The Hares bounced back from their 4-2 defeat to Swineshead – their first loss of the season – with a narrow victory which saw Livvi Hodges net both goals to take her tally to eight goals in just four games.

March deservedly took the lead after half an hour after Hodges took control of an excellent Adele Munday through ball to round the ‘keeper and slot home, but visitors Ketton levelled just five minutes later with a well-taken strike.

Tor Sharpe then kept the scores level with a superb save, before Hodges notched her second with an arrowed shot from close range.

Victory for March sees them go six points clear at the league’s summit with four games to go.

That run begins on Sunday afternoon with a trip to P&L Motors Diamonds (2pm).

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