Youth Football - Off to a flying start

PUBLISHED: 10:34 03 February 2006 | UPDATED: 21:39 28 May 2010

Fenland District Youth Soccer League U15 girls Yellows 3 Three Holes 1 SAINTS got off to a flying start when Lauren Mowbray opened the scoring after just three minutes. Eight minutes later, Saints doubled their lead when Chelsea Crowson tapped in from clo

Fenland District Youth Soccer LeagueU15 girls Yellows 3 Three Holes 1SAINTS got off to a flying start when Lauren Mowbray opened the scoring after just three minutes.Eight minutes later, Saints doubled their lead when Chelsea Crowson tapped in from close range.The home side went 3-0 up in the second half when Danielle Whyatt converted Ashton Rose's corner.Three Holes showed more determination in the second half and Alice Johnson produced several good saves before Stacey Newman fired in a consolation.Ashton Rose and Ashton Nee were both outstanding for Saints while Alice Johnson and Claire Newton shared the Three Holes' match award.Team: Lucy Oakley, Ashton Rose (c), Ashton Nee, Emily Thorpe, Danielle Whyatt, Charlotte Cunningham, Chelsea Crowson, Lauren Mowbray.Fenland Mini League U13 girls Coates Crusaders 0 Wisbech Saint Mary 2SAINTS produced a good performance against a well organised Coates side and took all three points.Saints' Brooke Delahoy came closest to opening the scoring in a goalless first half but after the break, goals from Sophie Clayton and Becky Wilding secured a fine 2-0 win.Sophie Rudland and Olivia Mowbray had impressive debuts in a very good team performance.Saints: Connie Anker, Sophie Clayton, Brooke Delahoy, Olivia Mowbray, Alice Oakley, Sophie Rudland, Beth Simpson, Becky Wilding.


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