A not so magnificent afternoon for the ladies
Stevenage Ladies were thumped 7-0 in their new sponsored kit in their fourth league match against Wapping. Having defeated Letchworth Ladies the previous week, Wapping remained in commanding form. Stevenage, wearing their new kit sponsored by HG Construct
Stevenage Ladies were thumped 7-0 in their new sponsored kit in their fourth league match against Wapping.
Having defeated Letchworth Ladies the previous week, Wapping remained in commanding form.
Stevenage, wearing their new kit sponsored by HG Construction Ltd, battled well in the first half and held off a barrage of short corners before an injury to Holly Mould saw her out of the game.
A 2-0 half-time score was not maintained as Stevenage, with no subs and increasingly difficult battles, could not hold Wapping.
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Other scores: Stevenage Ladies II 0 Letchworth II 7; Stevenage Ladies III 0 Harpenden II 4; Stevenage Ladies IV 4 (Genna Thomas hat-trick, Claire Wakefield) Chess Valley III 1; Stevenage Ladies V 2 (Lizzie Sheppard, Becky O'Connor) Tring IV 3.
Blueharts Ladies seconds played Broxbourne and scooped a massive win.
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Coach Wendy Chantrelle scored her first ever hat-trick with three awesome backboard smackers; she was also crowned player of the match.
There was a hat-trick for Gina Joseph and one apiece for captain Susie Powell and Sharon Martin.