Herts trounce Eagles
Hitchin Herts 8 Flitwick Eagles 0 Hitchin Herts came into their game against Flitwick with a squad of only 13 players at kick-off. And despite them losing two key players in the first 15 minutes they went on to soundly beat a very poor Flitwick team. It w
Hitchin Herts 8 Flitwick Eagles 0
Hitchin Herts came into their game against Flitwick with a squad of only 13 players at kick-off.
And despite them losing two key players in the first 15 minutes they went on to soundly beat a very poor Flitwick team.
It was such a resounding victory that even Hitchin's substitiute goalkeeper Beckie Scott played in the outfield and was considered to have had a great game.
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Gemma Penny opened the scoring with a superb strike and Mandy Caine scotched rumours that her left peg was just for standing on by using it to score a corking second.
Goal machine Frankie Locock struck a third successive hat-trick before Mandy Caine scored Hearts' sixth.Laura Ravenscroft joined in with brilliant long range shot.
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Katerina Hamplova rounded of a fine win with the final goal of the game.
Mel Sayer in goal made it five out of five cleans sheets and Kirsty Morely was nominated as the woman of the match.
Pleased as punch manager John Hawkins praised his entire squad's superb performance.