WOMEN’S FOOTBALL: March Town Ladies suffer title hiccup with first defeat of the season

PUBLISHED: 16:17 12 April 2017 | UPDATED: 16:17 12 April 2017

Adele Munday hit one of March Town's goals in their 4-2 defeat to Swineshead last weekend. PHOTO: Jon Sharpe

Adele Munday hit one of March Town's goals in their 4-2 defeat to Swineshead last weekend. PHOTO: Jon Sharpe

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March Town Ladies suffered a title hiccup when falling to a first defeat of the Cambridgeshire Women’s & Girls League Championship North season.

The table-topping Hares were beaten 4-2 by a Swineshead side who climbed into second place as a result.

Adele Munday and player-of-the-match Jade Pointer hit the goals for March. Manager Gary Davis said: “To lose our first league game of the season in April is a good record at any level of football.

“The team played well – we just didn’t put our chances away.”

March remain six points clear of Swineshead in the standings. They host Ketton this Sunday.


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