Five star performance from Wisbech ladies
NE14 East Women s League 1N Wisbech I 5 Braintree I 1 AS Wisbech contested their second home game of the season there were plenty smiles on faces, as they put on a performance to remember. Wisbech pressed high up the pitch from the start, showing excellen
NE14 East Women's League 1N
Wisbech I 5 Braintree I 1
AS Wisbech contested their second home game of the season there were plenty smiles on faces, as they put on a performance to remember.
Wisbech pressed high up the pitch from the start, showing excellent speed in their passing and movement.
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The hosts struck the first goal through Erika Burrell from a short corner that was not properly cleared.
Wisbech went further ahead when Jo Bland slotted home her first goal for Wisbech and she scored again, this time with a skilful reverse stick shot which looped over the goalkeeper's head.
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Braintree scored a breakaway goal at the start of the second half but an incisive run through the centre of the field by Claire Apted was neatly finished off by twin sister, Erika from close range to make it 4-1.
With one minute remaining, the icing was put on the cake as the twins once again linked up from a neat short corner routine for the fifth goal.
Cambridgeshire Ladies' Premier League
Cambs City III 2 Wisbech Town II 0
A LATE goal put the game beyond Wisbech's reach.
An even first half saw the visitors have the better of the chances but it remained goalless at half-time.
The Wisbech build up of attacks by Katie, Georgina (player of the match) and Gilly Dunn, Shelley Jones and Jane Littlechild was of goof quality but they never quite got to the finishing strike needed to score.
Good performances from Ali Mason and Sue Atter managed to keep City at bay.
But mid-way through the second half breakaway attacks leaving the Wisbech mid-field and defence over stretched.
The first Cambs breakthrough was a converted penalty flick, and shortly before time they scored from a good flowing move.
Cambs Ladies Division Two
Newmarket Town II 2 Wisbech Town III 0
WISBECH could only field 10 players, two of which were 13-year-old debutants.
Both players tried their hardest and played and it was 0-0 at half-time but Newmarket scored twice in the second half.