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Bedford Belles v Barking Ladies
First Team, U13's and U11's match reports.
BEDFORD BELLES 7 BARKING LADIES 1Bedford proved too strong the young Barking side. Barking trying their best to keep goals at bay were 4 goals down, when just before half time Barking hit back with a short ball from Stacy Savage to Nicola Moore who had a clear run on goal and chipped the ball over the Bedford keepers head to make the score 4-1 at half time.
Barking came out fighting at the start of the second half and for 20 minutes had control of the match, several shots at goal failed to increase their score. Bedford hit back after 20 minutes increasing their score to six. A controversial penalty made their score seven five minutes before the final whistle.
Team Ball, Devitt, Bernet, Sim, Zucker, Brookes, McGrath, Herbert, Manning, Savage, Moore.
Subs: Mustard, Keys, Doherty
Barking U13 5 Letchworth Eagles 0 (Hertfordshire League)The first match of the season proved fruitful for Barking with goals from Whitehead and Leggett in the first half. Letchworth hit back at the end of the first half but the goal was disallowed for off side.
Barking carried on strong in the second half with another goal from Whitehead followed closely with two goals from Beckworth.
Team: Bentham, Moorton, Patten, Russell, Smyth, King, Sweeny, Whitehead, Piggott, Beckworth, Leggett, Drain.
Barking U11 9 Buckhurst Hill 2 (Essex Girls League)A brilliant start for the first game of the season. Teamwork and good passing by Barking saw the score 7-1 at half time. Albany scoring a double hat-trick was not happy and added one more for 7 goals, whiles King and Gelston added one more each. Barking keeper Hicks had a brilliant game and was named player of the match.
U13's: Barking Ladies v Northwood
Barking started of brightly with Sweeny, Piggott, Drane, Leggett all going close. After 25 minutes while down to 10 players, a long kick from Northwood goalkeeper caught our defense napping and Daisy went on to score for Northwood. Within 3 minutes, the score was level. Sweeny lobbed a ball into the Northwood area and a brave header while clashing with the keeper. Sam Leggett equalised. Then, with minutes to half time, a corner from Piggott found Leanne Russell unmarked to score.
2nd half and the Barking defense were kept busy in the opening minutes, but held out strong. With 10 minutes to go a, corner from Northwood was cleared by the Barking defense which Hayley Piggott collected, ran 30 yards, then unleashed from 15 yards into the net giving their keeper no chance. Northwood battled on and came close but a fine save from Jane Bentham kept them at bay.
Final scoreBarking Ladues 3 Northwood 1
TeamBentham, Moorton, Patten, King, Smith, Beckwith, Russell, Leggett, Piggott, Drane, Sweeny
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SUNDAY 26TH JUNE 2005
SATURDAY 2ND JULY 2005
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U13's: Havering 3 Barking Ladies 3
Havering Girls were Barking up the wrong tree when they went 2-0 up - both goals from penalties. But Barking girls clawed the score back to 2-2 with both goals from LEACH (superb).
Havering took the lead once again but Barking snapped one back from a corner kick from WHITEHEAD to level the score.
However Havering were very lucky Barking weren't let off their lead!
TEAM: Albany, Bell, Devereux, Eden, Foster, Gelston, Leach, Molloy, Savery, Walsh, Whitehead