Wisbech suffer narrow defeat but Long Sutton brilliant against Norwich

PUBLISHED: 15:06 08 March 2010 | UPDATED: 09:33 02 June 2010

Wisbech ladies 1 v Ipswich  (lost 1-0)

Wisbech ladies 1 v Ipswich (lost 1-0)

Ladies East Division One Wisbech I 0 Ipswich II 1 THE tireless Claire Apted was Wisbech s player of the match in this narrow defeat. Ipswich started with good interlinking passes but the defence held firm with sweeper Sue Slator in commanding form.

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Wisbech ladies 1 v Ipswich  (lost 1-0)

Ladies' East Division One

Wisbech I 0 Ipswich II 1

THE tireless Claire Apted was Wisbech's player of the match in this narrow defeat.

Ipswich started with good interlinking passes but the defence held firm with sweeper Sue Slator in commanding form.

Verity Allen, Jodi Peggs and Natalie Ward made strong runs to put Ipswich under pressure.

Ipswich scored with a reverse stick shot.

Wisbech continue to pressure but could not find the back of the net.

Norwich City I 2 Long Sutton I 5

LONG SUTTON produced a brilliant performance to win at Norwich.

The first goal came after an effort from a short corner was saved and Mel Carrier followed up with a shot that Ali Hobson knocked goal bound in style.

Robyn Gribble's fantastic first-time shot made it 2-0.

A breakaway goal and a penalty made it 2-2.

Sutton worked exceptionally hard as a unit and Gribble finished a brilliant solo run with a smash into the bottom corner.

Jess Hudson slotted in from close range before the visitors finished off with a fantastic goal.

Three passes got them from a 16 yard hit out to a goal by Amy Kirkham, who flicked the ball over the approaching keeper.

Midfielder Ali Hobson was player of the match.


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