Wisbech ladies lose out in eight-goal thriller

LADIES EAST DIVISION ONE Wisbech I 3 Bury St Edmunds 5 DESPITE some fine saves from Jade Sykes Bury took a 2-0 lead. Good play from Emma Baker and player of the match Lisa Williamson won Wisbech a flick which was scored by Sue Slator. Baker scored a min

LADIES' EAST DIVISION ONE

Wisbech I 3 Bury St Edmunds 5

DESPITE some fine saves from Jade Sykes Bury took a 2-0 lead.

Good play from Emma Baker and player of the match Lisa Williamson won Wisbech a flick which was scored by Sue Slator.


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Baker scored a minute later but Bury went 3-2 up a minute before half-time.

Bury added a fourth but Claire Apted made it 4-3 before Bury added a late goal.

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Wisbech ladies I are at home to Harleston tomorrow at 1pm.

EAST LADIES' DIVISION 1N

Ipswich and East Suffolk 3 Long Sutton I 2

LONG SUTTON produced an exceptionally hard-working performance.

IES went 2-0 up before Mel Ludlam scored a solo goal.

IES scored on the break and Ludlam scored again after Mel Carrier's shot was parried.

Sutton failed to capitalise on a great spell of attacking play and Leanne Woodhead was named player of the match.

n Wisbech have open training every Tuesday from 6:30pm at Harecroft Road.

For more information, telephone 07768 846071.

Wisbech men's fourths are home to St Ives III tomorrow at 11.30am and Wisbech men's fifths are away to Rutland III.

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