Nearly a point

A fine comeback from Blueharts Ladies was not quite enough in their first game after Christmas. Visitors Tring opened the scoring and held their lead until the break. Tring scored second and third goals after the break although stand-in keeper Susie Powel

A fine comeback from Blueharts Ladies was not quite enough in their first game after Christmas.

Visitors Tring opened the scoring and held their lead until the break. Tring scored second and third goals after the break although stand-in keeper Susie Powell made some great saves to stop them scoring further.

Blueharts scored a well-deserved goal from Tamzin Alderson and in the last 10 minutes, Kate Chapman got a second for Blueharts but it was not enough.

The high-flying seconds took on their nearest challengers St Neots and won convincingly 4-0. They took the lead through two goals from new player Harriet Marsh. Player of the match Gina Joseph then athletically crossed for Marsh to tap home for her hat-trick. Marsh returned the compliment for Joseph to net a fourth.


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Letchworth Ladies were beaten by the odd goal in three by St Albans in a friendly.

Other scores: Letchworth Ladies II 2 (Haidee Castle, Jenny Stroomer) Royston 1; Leighton Buzzard IV 2 Letchworth Ladies IV 0.

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Other scores: St Ives III 1 Letchworth III 2; Letchworth IV 3 (Gary Putnam, Nick Cole, Paul Hutson) St Ives IV 0; St Ives V 1 Letchworth V 2 (Dan Croft, Mark Sheard); Stevenage VI 3 Letchworth VI 1 (Andy Stroomer).

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