Betts is on target
LANGFORD Ladies shared the points in a 1-1 draw with Leyton Orient on Sunday. Langford took the lead after 25 minutes when top scorer Faye Rees ran on to a through ball from Laveena Betts to fire home. Orient equalised during first half stoppage time foll
LANGFORD Ladies shared the points in a 1-1 draw with Leyton Orient on Sunday.
Langford took the lead after 25 minutes when top scorer Faye Rees ran on to a through ball from Laveena Betts to fire home.
Orient equalised during first half stoppage time following a goalmouth scramble.
In the second period Langford held the upper hand but could never turn their superiority into goals.
Stevenage Boro Ladies came home with a 2-0 win at Godmanchester with goals from Tasha Rolt and Jay Madden.
Arlesey Ladies suffered their second loss of the season going down 4-1 away to Luton Borough.
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Luton scored twice in the first half with Arlesey replying with a penalty from captain Emma Chamberlain.
Despite Arlesey playing well in the second half they could not find the net and Luton scored two more goals to seal victory.
Hitchin Hearts travelled to Garston with a side ravaged by injury and went down 7-0.