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Kettering Weetabix Youth League
Report on matches played Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd November 2003.
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Girls Under 11City Colts B 1; Kettering Town 5
. Town gained their 1st win of the season, and moved up 2 places in the table, at the expense of bottom markers City. Christine Demaltesis led the way with a hat-trick and was ably supported by Megan Westley and Shemise Brown. Demi Norman replied for the hosts.
Kettering United 1; Irchester Romans 1
. Despite only fielding 5 players, United gained their 2nd successive draw with a strong performance. They held a deserved interval lead against mid table Romans, thanks to a stunning goal by Chenay Radcliffe, but Irchester fought back well after the break, an own goal giving them a share of the points.
Kingsthorpe Leopards 3; City Colts A 6
. A good advert for Girls’ football saw Colts come on strongly in the 2nd half to retain their unbeaten record against a resilient Leopards. All out attack by both sides saw them share 6 goals at the interval, with Philippa Hardy netting twice, once with a penalty, and Hollie Rutter once for the home side. Colts turned on the style after the break to take the points, with Sophie Watson hitting a hat-trick, Serena Lawrence netting twice and Lucy Hopper adding the other.
Kingsthorpe Pumas 25; Brixworth Juniors 0
. The League leaders extended their seasonal goal tally to 82 from 7 victorious matches, playing some great passing football and showing lethal finishing against an under strength Brixworth, who showed commendable spirit throughout. Charlotte Burrows led the way with 9, closely followed by Adel Lumb with 8, Lauren Handley hitting 4 and both Laura Smith and Jasmine Clark netting twice.
Sunnyside Warriors 1; Peterborough United 4
. United returned from Northampton with a good win under their belts, to move level on points with their hosts. Lubia Slater and Zoe Watkins gave them a 2 goal lead, only for Demi Giles to reduce the arrears just before halftime. After the break, United broke quickly following a Warriors corner, Shay Stanford running the length of the field to net, with Laura Bigginton completing the scoring with a lob over the keeper.
Under 13 - 7-a-side Blue DivisionIse Lodge 3; Drayton Grange 0
. A well contested game saw Ise earn their 1st League win thanks to 3 goals in quick succession, midway through the 1st half, from Holly Elder, Natasha Zajac and Rosie Maclot. But, in a fairly even game, they were indebted to stand in keeper Anja Sawinski and defenders Ellen Marshall and April Burrows, who had fine games to preserve a clean sheet.
Newport Pagnell Town 1; Corby Ravens 0
. League leaders Pagnell couldn’t hit the free scoring heights to which they had become accustomed against a determined Ravens side. It took a Louise Dyer goal to give them the points and preserve their 100% record.
Rugby Town Girls 5; Bilton Ajax 11
. An entertaining game local derby saw Bilton move into a midtable position, with the 16 goals being scored by just 6 players. For Ajax, Hannah Paulie went nap and Rebecca Broadley and Becky Clusker grabbed hat-tricks, while the Rugby response came from Catherine Walsh and Lauren Roberts, with doubles, and Lauren Haswell.
Under 13 - 7-a-side Yellow DivisionEarls Barton United 0; Kettering United 6
. Barton played well early on to hold League leaders United for the first 20 minutes, but, by halftime, the visitors had built up a 3 goal lead, courtesy of Lauren Hoyle, Imogen Cox and Maisie Brudenall. United had much the better of the 2nd half nd added 3 more, with Brudenall completing her hat-trick and Cheryl Dilley adding the other. The Barton pulled off some excellent saves to prevent further scoring and, when the home side attacked, Chloe Wilkinson and the outstanding Gracie McLaven coped well with any threat.
Kettering Orchard Park 7; Kettering Town 1
. An understrength Town eventually proved no match for a rampant Park, who remain level on points with Kettering United at the top. Amy Cartwright hit a hat-trick, Heather Lindley added 2 well taken goals and Bethan Morson and the influential Jodie Rogers were also on target. Lauren Peers gave the visitors some consolation.
Welland Valley Rangers 1; Heelands Rangers 2
. For the 2nd time this season, only 1 goal separated these sides, as Heelands moved above their hosts into 3rd spot. Rachel Marlow and Heidi Bushell were on target for the visitors to outscore Teri Locke.
Under 13 - 11-a-sideCorby Cougars Roma 7; Goldhay 0
. A hardfought game saw Roma end Goldhay’s 100% record in emphatic style. They took the lead when Beth Miller’s speculative long range shot bounced over the keeper and increased it through Chelsea Smith’s free kick after Nicole Tinto was brought down. Miller grabbed the 3rd and Tinto added the 4th before halftime, despite being restricted by an injury received earlier in the game. Roma continued to press after the break and Tinto slotted home the 5th before being forced off with her injury, leaving the home side with 10 players. Laura Lewis claimed the 6th after a determined run down the right and Nicole Coull ended the scoring from the edge of the area after the ball was only half cleared.
Duston Knights 1; Rushden Rangers 1
. Duston had the better of the 1st half, looking sharper than their visitors who were grateful for some fine saves by Terri Baker and good defending by Sinead Yule and skipper Kayleigh Malins for keeping the scoresheet blank. Knights continued on the offensive after the beak and were rewarded when Amy Willis used her strength to end a long run with a shot from a tight angle. Baker made another good save to prevent a 2nd, then Rushden took the game to Duston and levelled through Rebecca Brookes with time running out after a shot was parried by the keeper.
Moulton Magpies 25; Raunds Tigers 0
. Despite hard work in defence by Emma Thorpe and Sarah Jeffs, Tigers were well beaten by a disciplined Moulton side, who have joined Brixworth at the top of the League. Leah Stacy led the scoring with a double hat-trick, Lizzie Clarke went nap, Kerri Stanton hit a hat-trick, Melissa Behan, Lucy Clarke and Kate Markham added doubles, with the others coming from Jade Jacquest, Melanie Proffit, Laurie Dickens, Jess Paver and an own goal.
Peterborough United 11; City Colts 0
. Posh earned their first points of the season in emphatic style against a City side, whose keeper was in outstanding form to prevent several further goals. But she was powerless to prevent Jessica O’Sullivan hitting a hat-trick, Chanade Henderson and Natalie Gaches netting twice and Jade Bingham, Lorna Gallacher, Jordan Bicks and Daniella Pinnelli getting on the scoresheet, the latter with a 20 yard half volley.
Under 15 - Division 1Cambridge City 1; Kettering Town 1
. City and Town are still locked together on the same number of points after this stalemate. The home side had the better of the first half, but it was Town who took advantage of a rare attacking sortie to hold the interval lead through Charlotte Taylor. The visitors came more into the game after the break, though City gained a deserved equaliser with an 18 yard effort from Shona Kelly. Town had a chance to win it in the last few minutes, only to see a shot hit a post.
Kettering United 1; Bedford & District 2
. Bedford’s 5th consecutive win keeps them in touch with the leaders, though United made them work hard for their victory. Victoria Mawsdley gave the visitors the lead, but United were level at halftime, courtesy of a Becky Johnson penalty. Despite the home side pressing after the interval, urged on by outstanding skipper Amy Loake, it was Bedford who grabbed the winner, Carissa Kovorivski claiming the all important goal.
Kingsthorpe Blackcats 8; Priory Parkside 1
. Blackcats gained their 1st win of the season by overcoming bottom side Priory. Lucy bateman helped herself to a hat-trick, Sophie Wright notcheda double, with Toni McArthy, Laura Chambers and Laura Morris also on target.
Newport Pagnell Town 0; Ise Lodge 5
. The top of the table clash went the way of the visitors, despite their side being somewhat understrength. They held a 2 goal lead after the first 10 minutes, Steph Donald taking advantage of a defensive error and Chloe Trevor rounding the keeper to score from an acute angle. The lead was doubled before the break, Becky Edwards, who produced her best form of the season down the right, netting with a 30 yard lob and Joanna Ross blasting home on the stroke of halftime. With Pagnell battling back well after the interval, Ise were restricted to Lauren Impey’s effort late in the game.
Peterborough Diamonds 2; Peterborough United 10
. This local derby saw United retain their 100% record at the expense of a Diamonds’ side boosted by the arrival of new players. But a blistering first half performance saw United lead 6-0 at the interval. Julie Ikeda scored twice in the early stages, once from close range and once with a volley and then set up Ashley Palmer for the 3rd. Both these players went on to complete first half hat-tricks, the pick being Palmer’s header from Samara Iredale’s corner. United continued on the offensive after the break, Megan Bonner notching the 7th and Iredale curling in a 30yard fee kick. Laura Hings pulled 1 back following a corner before Ikeda and Bonner sent Posh into double figures. The final word went to Diamonds, with Katie Shirlds completing the scoring.
Under 15 - Division 2Drayton Grange 0; Sunnyside Warriors Red 5
. Warriors moved up to 2nd spot with a comfortable win over their close neighbours. Taleisha Holder led the way with a double, with Sinead Karchin, Louise Doherty and Kelly Bandey also on target.
Heelands Rangers 5; Brixworth Juniors 5
. A good end to end game left Brixworth feeling they should have got more out of it as they relinquished a 3-1 interval lead. Stephanie Gale was chief scorer for Brixworth with a hat-trick, Georgie Powell and Kirsty Wilkinson adding the others, For Rangers, who dropped to 3rd after this result, both Leah Hayden and Jemima gates notched doubles, Lacey Henniker bagging a single.
Kingsthorpe Lynx 16; Duston Knights 0
. Illness and injury meant that both sides fielded only 9 players, as Lynx comfortably saw off Knights to retain their 100% record. Danielle Charlton was chief tormentor with 9; Abigail Leach went nap, Amber Irons scored her 1st ever goal and Amy Milligan, whose through balls created havoc all game, was rewarded with the other.
Rushden Rangers 4; Flitwick Eagles 3
. All the goals came in the 1st half as Rangers gained the win that took them above their visitors in the League. Rushden held a 3-1 lead as Flitwick were slow to settle, but they forced their way into the game, to only just lose out, as good defending after the break restricted opportunities. Both Karen Britchford and the outstanding Vicky Vickery scored twice for Rangers, the Eagles’ response coming from Kelly Lee. With a double, and Beth Hedges.
Vicarage Farm 4; Earls Barton United 5
. A rusty Barton side, fielding 10 players, saw Claire Stancliffe and Donna Norman put Fram 2-0 ahead. Lauren care opened her seasonal account to reduce the arrears, Norman restored the 2 goal advantage, but Barton were level at the break through Catherine Sealey and Sinead Barry. Farm were back in front soon after the interval as Norman completed her ha-trick, only for Barton to hit back for the victory that saw them retain their 100% record, with Sealey and Care, 5 minutes from time, grabbing the goals.
Peterborough United Ladies
Match reports for Peterborough United Ladies teams.
U11'sPeterborough United Ladies FC: U11
Saturday, 8 November 2003
Peterborough United LFC v Kettering United: Result 6 - 0
Posh ran out 6-0 winners against a spirited 6 man Kettering United on Saturday. After a tentative start Peterborough took control and were rarely troubled throughout the game.
The first half started with Posh attacking the Kettering goal and testing the keeper with a couple of long range shots. Shay Stanford and Laura Bigginton took control of the midfield with good tackling and distribution allowing Zoe Watkins and Olivia Slater to create chances up front. The first goal came when Watkins picked the ball up from a Kettering goal kick and strode forward to place the ball past the keeper. The second followed shortly after when the Posh midfield won the ball and fed Zoe Watkins to fire home her second from 15 yards. Any Kettering attack was comfortably dealt with by Emily Walker and Paige Moore at the back. Goal number 3 was the result of a good passing move involving 4 players. Olivia Slater shot at the end of the move and despite a good save from the keeper Laura Bigginton was on hand to fire home the rebound. The fourth goal followed another team move which ended with Zoe Watkins crossing for olivia Slater to slot home.
The second half continued in the same pattern with Posh dominating the game. Zoe Watkins completed her hat trick when Emily Gaylor touched the ball into her path allowing her to beat the keeper again. Kettering continued to try and put pressure on Posh and had a couple of quick breaks which were dealt with by defensive subs Ruth Trolove and Hannah Hillan. Their one real chance was saved by Kloe Bennett who up until then had little to do. The final goal was scored by Emily Walker who hit the post and followed up herself to hammer home the rebound.
Manager Greg Tilley said: “I think this was probably our best performance as a team to date. We are starting to move the ball about much better and our control is improving. We really took control of the game and didn’t allow Kettering any time at all. In previous games we occasionally lost concentration but not this time. Player of the Match went to Laura Bigginton who worked hard in midfield and constantly encouraged everyone around her. “
The next match for Posh is away to City Colts B on Saturday 15th November Kick off 10.30.
Squad1 Kloe Bennett
2 Emily Walker
3 Paige Moore
4 Shay Stanford
5 Emily Gaylor
6 Zoe Watkins (C)
7 Laura Bigginton
8 Ruth Trolove
9 Olivia Slater
10 Hannah Hillan
Peterborough United Ladies FC: U13Saturday, 8 November 2003
Raunds Tigers v Peterborough United LFC : Result 0 - 10
Posh Ladies Under 13’s continued their run of form with a second double figure scoreline of the week beating Raunds Tigers 10-0.
Posh started well and went on the attack from the first whistle. Early pressure told after 6 minutes when Becky Smith slotted the ball home for the opener. However, Posh then eased off and almost paid the price as Raunds started to exert some pressure of their own and this coupled with some indecision in the Posh defence made for one or two nervous moments in the Posh area.
However, Posh soon rediscovered their touch and on 20 minutes a corner was half cleared to Emma Stebbing who hit the ball back into the area only for the bounce to beat the keeper and land in the net. This was followed 6 minutes later by skipper Chanade Henderson’s effort which beat the keeper. This game was a strange one for Henderson as she lined up opposite her younger sister who was playing for Raunds!!
After the break and some encouraging words from manager Sorrell, Posh responded with a 7 goal blast in 20 minutes. Ten minutes into the second half, a shot from Natalie Gaches was heading across the area, but saw an unlucky Raunds defender deflect the ball into the net whilst trying to clear. Five minutes later Jessica O’Sullivan scored her first of the game and this was followed by a second within a minute. Substitute Lorna Gallacher added the seventh in the 57th minute and fellow sub Jordan Biggs chipped the home keeper from 18 yards for the eighth before O’Sullivan completed her hat-trick and added a fourth within two minutes to complete the scoring.
Manager Dominic Sorrell said: “Although the level of the performance wasn’t as good as previous games, we worked hard for 70 minutes and got our rewards late on. Raunds battled for every ball and caused us problems, which eventually we found the answers to. The work we have put in at training is beginning to pay dividends, but we still have some way to go to match the teams at the top of the league.”
1 Kerrie Moles
2 Sian Addison
3 Becky Smith
4 Emma Stebbing
5 Megan Quirke
6 Kayleigh Burnham
7 Sofia Aragosa
8 Samantha Hall
9 Jessica O’Sullivan
10 Natalie Gaches
11 Chanade Henderson
12 Ciara McElderry for 7
14 Jordan Biggs for 11
15 Lorna Gallacher for 10
U15Peterborough United Ladies FC: U15
Saturday, 8 November 2003
Peterborough United LFC v Kettering United: Result 1 - 1
Peterborugh Ladies U15 could only manage a disappointing 1-1draw against Kettering United on saturday. There were several attempts at goal by both teams but posh player Megan Bonner came the closest, unfortunately hitting the post. She made up for it later by scoring the goal in the second half, from a through ball delivered by Kelly Thomas. Just 6 minutes after, Kettering replied with a goal of their own from Carlie Norton, a deflection of the post and in.
Posh Team Ashley Palmer, Alison Hills, Frankie Kelly, Kelly Thomas, Samara Iredale, Lauren Bettyes, Stephanie Pepper, Charlotte Clark, Carla Hovell, Megan Bonner, Julie Ikeda, Amy Rickards, Leanne Allen, Lauren Costello.
Goal Scorers Megan Bonner 1 .
Player of the match Kelly Thomas
Quick run through the game
10.00 Both sides playing fairly even
15.00 Kettering get awarded a free kick and shoot wide
21.00 Ashley gets first shot at goal but saved
24.00 Julie Ikeda makes a lone run at goal shoots over cross bar
28.00 julie Ikeda has another shot at goal but just slips past the post
37.00 Megan Bonner hits the upright with a power shot from the right and deflecks out of play
40.00 end of first half and 0 - 0 the score
44.00 Meggan shoots over the bar froma short corner pass from Stephanie
50.00 Kettering shoot wide
51.00 Sramble in kettering goal mouth posh had three attemps at goal but failed to finish it
52.00 Kelly Thomas had a pot shot but was saved well
58.00 Julie Ikeda made another lone run at goal but just placed the ball wide for a second time
61.00 Megan Bonner scores for posh, a loverly through ball from Kelly Thomas
67.00 Kettering reply with a goal that hit the upright and goes in
72.00 Frankie cross to Megan shoots just shot wide again
80.00 Kettering cross and also shoot wide.
80.00 End off game and a 1 - 1 Draw
First TeamPeterborough United Ladies FC: First team
Sunday, 9 November 2003
Chesterfield Reserves v Peterborough United LFC : Result 0 – 6
The Peterborough Ladies travelled together to Chesterfield to compete in the League Cup and compete is what they did right from the first whistle as it took the Ladies only 2 minutes to get an effort on the Chesterfield goal. It was strong and hardworking Vicky Tyler who put her partner through on goal but Vicky Lines’ shot was one of many well saved shots saved by their player of the match, the goalkeeper. In the 10th minute Vicky Lines threatened again with help from brave Nicola Kuch who flicked the ball on but this time she hooked the ball just over the bar. The goalkeeper held out making some fantastic saves until the 32nd minute when she saved the initial Vicky Lines effort that rebounded to Stacie Gross whose accurate goal bound shot took a deflection and like all the best strikers Vicky Lines was in the right place to tuck the ball in for her easiest goal of the day. Zoe Geldart was next to come close as Lisa White who was majestic in centre midfield swung in a corner that Zoe attempted to do the spectacular by hitting the crossbar with an over head kick. Great effort.
The second goal came from another Lisa white set piece that scramble in the area and Vicky Lines was on hand again to apply the finish as she instinctively smashed the ball in with her left foot. The back three of Sarah Lloyd, Caroline woods and Player of the match Carley Tickner, provided a strong base with the ever reliable Claire Ireson behind them. It was Carley who made a superbly timed tackle in the 45th min to keep the advantage and momentum with Posh.
The Players were focused during the break and started like a house on fire as Nicola Kuch headed into the path of Vicky Lines who sensed her first hat-trick for the club and lobbed the on rushing goalkeeper magnificently to make it 3-0 to Posh. Then she was heavily involved again as she skilfully rounded the goalkeeper but the shot hit the post but luck today was with us as the defender pushed the ball over the line for an own goal. Then the Birthday girl, Carley Tickner, surprised everyone by powering in an unstoppable shot with her right foot to make the score 5-0 to the posh ladies. The final goal was scored by the classy Vicky Lines as her partner Vicky Tyler flicked on for her and she lobbed the tall goalkeeper again to round off the best team display so far this season.
Manager Peter Hall Said
“A classy team performance, the best so far for me. The players are still young and learning and are capable of even better in time. They were magnificent together today”.
ReservesPeterborough United Ladies FC: Reserves
Sunday, 9 November 2003
Cambridge United A v Peterborough United LFC: Result 0 – 3
Peterborough United Ladies Reserves moved into to second position in the league with a dominant display against bottom of the table Cambridge United Reserves ‘A’ with a 3-0 victory. Two goals from Lara Young and a strike from Laura Griggs gave Posh an advantage at half time and despite having all the possession the score remained the same till full time.
The opening quarter of an hour had been quite close with both teams determined to make a good start. Posh were expecting a similar outcome to the home fixture one month before which resulted in a 14-2 thrashing. But Cambridge were in no mood for a repeat and although they never troubled goalkeeper Laura Ansell, they were always hard working and battling in defence.
It took Posh 15 minutes to open the scoring when a ball broke loose to Lara Young who thumped it past the keeper from just outside the box. Posh showed some excellent attacking skills especially down both flanks by full backs Rikkea Rivers and Cara Clarke who on numerous occasions got past the Cambridge defence and delivered deadly crosses.
Posh’ second goal came on the half hour with some good attacking play from Roxanne Copping, she took her chance with a strike from the corner of the box that beat the keeper but bounced off the crossbar. Fortunately for Posh Laura Griggs was on hand to volley the rebound in and get her just rewards for her efforts. Posh then added a third from the penalty spot when a handball resulted in Lara Young scoring her second just on the stroke of half time.
With Posh struggling to find any form in front of goal the scoreline should have been added to in the second half, however Cambridge to their credit, put up a wall of resistance that the Posh attack broke down on numerous occasions but could not find the back of the net.
Chances went begging at regular intervals for Posh with Debbie Hewlett and Melanie Chappell being denied by the keeper from long distance, Young and Copping having their shots blocked or diverted wide and Natalie Pike and Griggs not hitting the target when it seemed easier to score.
Manger Sam Kettle commented, “Our build up play was very good, we dominated the possession in both halves and created numerous scoring chances. Unfortunately for us we came up against an in form goalkeeper and a resilient defence which were helped by our less than clinical finishing.”
Posh have a week off next Sunday but return on Sunday 23rd November kick off at 2pm away at Northampton Town Reserves
Posh: L Ansell, C Clarke, R Rivers, J Steele (T Carter), M Chilcot, R Copping (M England), M Chappell, D Hewlett, L Griggs, N Pike, L Young.
Posh match reports
Match reports: 28th / 29th February 2004
Saturday, 28 February 2004Posh Under 11’s met Pumas for the third time this season in a top of the table clash today. Pumas started the day with a 100% record and maintained that record with a 4-0 victory.
Posh kicked off and tried to mount an attack but were soon on the defensive as Pumas broke the attack up. United were defending strongly but Pumas made the early breakthrough when keeper Kloe Bennett could only parry a fierce shot and Pumas netted the rebound. Posh were relying on counter attacking to create their best chances and came close on a couple of occasions with Zoe Watkins and Laura Bigginton coming closest. Pumas scored a second when they broke quickly with a slick-passing move to double their lead. United continued to resist Pumas with some strong tackling by defenders Paige Moore, Emma Orgar and Emily Walker. Pumas netted their third when a player was allowed to run from midfield unchallenged to score.
The second half started in the same pattern but Posh began to get a bit more possession and space as the game went on. Bennett made several good stops before a wayward pass gave Pumas a chance, which they took for the fourth goal. Posh got more into the game as it continued and were starting to get more opportunities. Shay Stanford and player of the match Eilis Carr started moving the ball more quickly through midfield but could not find the killer ball despite Ruth Trolove finding space behind the Pumas defence. United finished the game strongest but Pumas ran out 4-0 winners.
Manager Greg Tilley said, “Pumas are definitely the strongest team in the league and each time we play them we get closer to matching them. The girls were excellent today and I couldn’t have asked for more from them. Their work rate was superb and with a bit more luck we might have scored a couple. It was really difficult to pick player of the match but Eilis Carr gave a superb performance covering every inch of the pitch.”
Next Match is at home to City Colts B on Saturday 6th March kick off 10-30.
Squad1 Kloe Bennett
2 Emily Walker
3 Paige Moore
4 Shay Stanford
5 Eilis Carr
6 Zoe Watkins (C)
7 Emma Orgar
8 Ruth Trolove
9 Laura Bigginton
Saturday, 28 February 2004
Peterborough United LFC 11 – 0 Raunds TigersPosh Ladies Under 13’s continued their winning run with a dominant display against bottom side Raunds Tigers on Saturday.
Posh started well and were soon camped around the opposition penalty area. Good football split the defence and the first chance fell to Jordan Biggs who shot over the bar after beating her marker. Posh continued to attack but their efforts were straight at the keeper or high and wide.
Eventually, Posh scored. After good work by Jade Bingham on the wing earned Posh a corner. Lorna Gallacher swung the ball over and Laura Rudd seized the loose ball and hit home. More chances came and went with the wind holding the ball up and pulling it past the post on more than one occasion. Just on the stroke of half time, Gallacher hit a low strike past the keeper into the corner of the net to give Posh a 2-0 lead at the break.
With the wind behind them and three pairs of fresh legs introduced, Posh poured forwards at every opportunity. Soon it became 3-0 as Jessica O’Sullivan weaved her way through the defence to shoot past the keeper. Rudd soon completed her hat trick and O’Sullivan added four more goals to her opener as well as Chanade Henderson chipping in with two for an 11-0 victory.
Manager Dominic Sorrell said: “Pleased with the win, but disappointed with our finishing though. Raunds have a very good keeper who played especially well, but at times we made it very easy for her. I am very pleased with the football we played. Some very good passing movements opened up a packed defence and it was good to see our full backs getting forward to support.”
Squad1 Kerrie Moles
2 Sian Addison
3 Bethan Neale
4 Emma Stebbing
5 Megan Quirke
6 Kayleigh Burnham
7 Jade Bingham
8 Samantha Hall
9 Jordan Biggs
10 Lorna Gallacher
11 Laura Rudd
12 Chanade Henderson for 8
14 Becky Smith for 7
15 Jessica O’Sullivan for 10
Saturday, 28 February 2004
Peterborough United LFC 18 – 0 Priory ParksidePeterborough United Ladies U15's chalked up an 18-0 victory against Priory Parkside on Saturday. Posh Players Julie Ikeda and Frankie Kelly were joint top scorers with four apiece leaving Amy Rickards with a hat trick. Kelly Thomas and Ashley Palmer got two apiece with Megan Bonner, Stephanie Pepper, Carla Hovell getting the remainder. Posh played well and never let Priory chance to settle on the ball through out most of the game.
Priory Parkside have improved since last season, under new management but struggled to match Peterborough in its present form. Priory Parkside have struggled in this league but are a great bunch of sporting girls who never seem to fail in the love for the game.
Posh Team: Ashley Palmer, Alison Hills, Frankie Kelly, Kelly Thomas, Stephanie Pepper, Charlotte Clark, Carla Hovell, Megan Bonner, Julie Ikeda, Amy Rickards, Rachel Dance, Leanne Allen, Lauren Costello.
Goal Scorers: Julie Ikeda 4, Frankie Kelly 4, Amy Rickards 3, Ashley Palmer 2, Kelly Thomas 2, Megan Bonner 1, Stephanie Pepper 1, Carla Hovell 1.
Player of the match: Frankie Kelly
Sunday, 29 February 2004
Blackwell v Peterborough United LFCPostponed due to pitch condition.
Sunday, 29 February 2004No fixture.
Kettering Weetabix Youth League
Report on matches played on Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th April, 2004.
Under 15's - NFA Cup Semi-finals
Ise Lodge 2; Kettering United 1League leaders Ise were playing their 1st game since the last round, but went into a 2-0 lead by half-time. Lauren Impey opened the scoring with a good finish after being put through with just the keeper to beat and then Stephanie Donald put pressure on a United defender, who conceded an own goal. United, who had enjoyed their share of the game in the 1st half, pressed hard after the interval, but Ise defended superbly, skipper Kim Walton leading by example and Kaz Elder and Charlotte Dean showing fine form.
Donald saw a shot from an Impey cross well saved, but United deservedly got back into the game when an inch perfect cross by Carlie Norton was coolly slotted home by Nicola Wilson. United continued to dominate, but couldn’t draw level in an entertaining game, aided by a superb refereeing performance.
Kingsthorpe 2; Peterborough United 4United started well and built up a 2-0 lead inside the 1st 20 minutes, through Ashley Palmer and Sam Iredale, only for Laura Morris to pull 1 back for Kingsthorpe just before half-time. Julie Ikeda restored the 2 goal advantage in the 2nd half, but the home side hit back straight away courtesy of Lucy Bateman. This set up a tense last 20 minutes, with Posh forced back by Kingsthorpe pressure. However, they survived and Amy Rickards made the game safe with a 4th late on.
City Colts A 7; City Colts B 1The A team came out on top in the in-house “derby”, as they had done in the 1st game of the season, to keep alive their chances of finishing 3rd. Doubles by Katy White, Sophie Watson and Lucy Hopper were added to by Leigh Dean’s single, with Sarah Bowditch replying.
Corby Cougars Inter 0; Peterborough United 1Posh clinched 2nd place in the table with a hardfought victory over their closest rivals, putting in 1 of the best performances of the season. The only goal of the game came late in the 2nd half, from Zoe Watkins.
Kingsthorpe Leopards 4; Kettering United 0Despite having players playing out of position, Leopards gained their 1st win since January with 2 goals in each half. United put up strong resistance, with their keeper in good form, but were unable to repel an in form home side, for whom Phillipa Hardy netted twice and Demi Frew and Demi Giles once each.
Kingsthorpe Pumas 16; Kettering Town 1Pumas made it 18 wins in 18 League games with a comfortable win, thanks to Charlotte Burrows, with a nap hand, Laura Smith and Lauren Handley, with 4 each, Adel Lumb, with a double, and Laura Murry. The Town consolation was credited to Shenice Brown.
Under-13's 7-a-side Blue Division
Bilton Ajax 0; Corby Ravens 5Ravens completed their fixtures on a high note, with a good team performance. Kirstie Crawford led the way with a hat-trick and was well supported by Lynsey Hayes and Kaley Draper.
Ise Lodge 3; Sunnyside Warriors 1Ise turned in another fine display, with April burrows and Rosie Maclot controlling the midfield. Maclot got onto the scoresheet, along with Laura Kitchen and Holly Elder, with Becky Miles replying for Warriors.
Duston Knights 1; Wolverton Wasps 1Despite fielding only 10 players, Duston put in a fine performance to hold a side that had beaten them 8-0 in an early season fixture. An end-to-end, but goal-less, 1st half saw both sides create chances with both goalkeepers were kept busy. Wasps went ahead when Natasha MacKenzie ran onto a well timed through ball to slot home. Knights responded well, exerting pressure on the Wasps defence and were rewarded when Josie Rickerd equalised with an excellent lob. It was Duston who had the better of the remainder of the game, hitting the woodwork and going close on a number of other occasions.
Goldhay 16; Raunds Tigers 0Tigers, fielding only 9 players, battled hard against a determined Goldhay, with Hayley Price, Cassie Roberts and Samantha Tomkins tackling tigerishly. Goldhay had 9 scorers, with Zaskia Bennett grabbing a 2nd half nap hand, Elsje Vanes hitting a hat-trick, Amy Bassett notching a double, with the others coming from Kim Mee, Sam Garwell, Tarryn Craft, Elizabeth Morgan, Amber Webb and Christina Panks.
Moulton Magpies 4; Corby Cougars 1In an entertaining game that was a credit to both sides, Moulton gained some revenge for their Cup defeat earlier in the season, retaining their unbeaten League record and moving up to 2nd in the process. The Roma keeper was particularly outstanding, but couldn’t prevent Lucy Clarke hitting a hat-trick and Kate Markham adding the other. Chelsea Smith responded for Roma.
Under-15's Division 1
Kettering Town 1; Peterborough Diamonds 2Town had 4 successful games without conceding a goal and Diamonds 4 unsuccessful ones without scoring, but it was the latter that came out on top to avenge their opening day defeat. Diamonds grabbed a goal in each half, through Laura Hings and Stacey Slinn, with Town replying after the interval with a Kylie Evans effort.
Priory Parkside 0; Cambridge City 14City repeated the scoreline from the team’s previous meeting, in Priory’s final fixture of the season. A dominant Cambridge performance saw Tracy Carter lead the way with a double hat-trick, Rebecca Hewson hit a hat-trick, Emma Farr added a double, with the others coming from Jodie Tucker, Sarah Freestone and an own goal.
U15's Division 2
Rushden Rangers 1; Heelands Rangers 1An understrength Heelands side shared the points with Rushden and came close to grabbing all 3. The main talking point was an incident that saw the referee temporarily incapacitated as he accidentally got in the way of a Heelands clearance and suffered a nasty looking injury. Ironically, the unwitting perpetrator, Stacey Pym, was the visitors’ best player. Vicky Vickery was on target for Rushden, from a free kick, with the Heelands goal coming from Lacey Henniker.
Sunnyside Warriors Red 7; Duston Knights 0Warriors moved level with Earls Barton at the top, but have played a game more, after eventually proving too strong for a battling Knights, who could only field 8 players. There was only a 2 goal difference at the halfway mark, but Sunnyside redoubled their efforts after the break to move well clear, with doubles coming from Louisa Doherty, Emma Colbert and Georgia Tippler, while Leanne Duckenfield was also on target.
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