Defender Kaylie scores four as Leverington Ladies end winless run in style

PUBLISHED: 14:33 28 October 2020 | UPDATED: 14:33 28 October 2020

Ashleigh Rose Scott (left) scored her first goal for Leverington Ladies in their win at Cambridge City Ladies 3rds. Picture: NARICE BRITTON

Ashleigh Rose Scott (left) scored her first goal for Leverington Ladies in their win at Cambridge City Ladies 3rds. Picture: NARICE BRITTON

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Leverington Ladies ended their three-game winless run in style as Kaylie Swinden scored four to record a comprehensive win.

Ashleigh Rose Scott (left) scored her first goal for Leverington Ladies in their win at Cambridge City Ladies 3rds. Picture: NARICE BRITTONAshleigh Rose Scott (left) scored her first goal for Leverington Ladies in their win at Cambridge City Ladies 3rds. Picture: NARICE BRITTON

Euan Simpson’s side won 5-1 at Cambridge City Ladies 3rds in the Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division on Sunday, and took the lead as Swinden bundled a Chloe Stanborough corner over the line.

Swinden, who usually plays centre-back, then converted another Stanborough corner, this time with her head, before completing her hat-trick inside 16 minutes from a third corner.

Leverington were dominating, but the hosts worked hard in a bid to keep the scoreline down.

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Kaylie Swinden heads home for Leverington Ladies in their league win at Cambridge City Ladies 3rds. Picture: NARICE BRITTONKaylie Swinden heads home for Leverington Ladies in their league win at Cambridge City Ladies 3rds. Picture: NARICE BRITTON

Ashleigh Rose Scott powered home for her first Leverington goal, before Swinden capped a commanding performance when she latched onto a Chelsea King free-kick to score her fourth.

Cambridge grabbed a late consolation after the break with a powerful volley, but it was a well-earned victory for Leverington who host Fulbourn Institute Bluebirds on Sunday, November 1, 2pm.

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