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