March rooted to the bottom
One March team desperate for a win are March Ladies II, who are rooted to the bottom of the Cambs Ladies Premier Division following the 5-1 away defeat to Huntingdon I. The home side led 2-0 before Michelle Moden s goal gave March some hope early in the s
One March team desperate for a win are March Ladies II, who are rooted to the bottom of the Cambs Ladies Premier Division following the 5-1 away defeat to Huntingdon I.
The home side led 2-0 before Michelle Moden's goal gave March some hope early in the second half.
But the visitors were unable to add to their tally and three late goals gave Huntingdon the points.
There were no such problems for March Ladies III who stay third in Division Two after Saturday's good 2-1 home victory over Market Deeping II.
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First-half goals from captain Jenny Palmer and Nancy Brownlow proved enough for March, who faced late pressure and conceded a goal 10 minutes from time.
There were goals galore in March Ladies I's home friendly match against St Ives I.
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Saints seemed to be in control when they went 3-0 ahead but Cara Verlander's goal shortly before half time marked the beginning of a second-half goalfest.
Skipper Lauren Oakman hit the target and a goal from player of the match Emma Rawlinson put March back onto level terms.
St Ives regained the lead again before Robyn Gribble made the scores 4-4. The March team pushed on and Oakman, Rawlinson and Gribble all netted their second goals of the game to make the final score 7-4.