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Ringwood Town Girls A v B
We had to start the season with Lisa on holiday, no subs, Kirsty (Kirky), and Chloe (Crispi) both with injuries. So we were up against it from the start.
Ringwood B got quickly into their stride and played some good football and left Ringwood A stunned going 4-0 down at half time.
It was a different game in the second half with Ringwood A putting B team on their back foot with some quality football of their own. Jess (Jez) getting 4 wicked long range shots that won Ringwood A the second half 4-2.
But it was Ringwood B who got the points. Full Time Score 6-4.
Squad: Jess P, (keeper) Chloe D, Kirsty H, Chloe C, Billie-Jo S, Jess G.
Player of the Match: Jess G.
St. Francis Youth FC 0-8 Ringwood Town Girls
Kick off was 10am at the Garison Ground, Winchester, same as last week. But unlike that match, Ringwood got in to their stride quickly with all the play in St. Francis's half.
Lisa opened the score with an easy tap in after some nice one-two's with Kirsty and Jess in the 7th minute. 0-1.
Ringwood put the pressure on again for Kirsty to chest the ball in on the line after 8 minutes.
Kirsty again then Jess to make it 0-4 by the 15th minute.
St. Francis then dug their heels in with some good defending and had some quick counter attacks as a result, although they were unable to change the score line.
Subs Alice and Chloe C came on for Ringwood. St. Francis without any Subs battled on only to see Lisa get two more in the last 2 minutes of the first half.
Half Time: 0-6The second half started the same way as the first, but with St Francis managing to keep Ringwood out of their goal with a bit of luck. Good defending, great goalkeeping, both posts and the cross bar all played a part in denying Ringwood.
St Francis had a some of chances of their own but Jess P., keeper and Chloe C & Billie-jo S in defence kept them out.
After an exciting 25 minutes Lisa knocked the wind out of St. Francis with a powerful shot from outside the area, which went in the top left corner St Francis's keepers midair dive, wasn't able to stop it.
Two minutes later Chloe D after hitting both posts earlier in the game, got the 8th for Ringwood.
The final score of 0-8 to Ringwood does no justice for St. Francis. But their heart, grit and determination does.
Away to Winchester Girls FC
Saturday 8th October
Both Ringwood and Winchester started the game slowly. Must have been the early kick off. Ringwood started to wake up when Winchester put some nice passes together and made some half chances for themselves but were unable to finish or get past Billie-jo in Ringwood's Defence.
This seemed to be the way for both sides in the first 15-20 mins, untill Jess (Jez)
got the opener with nicely placed finish. Ringwood made a sub so Chloe (Cd) could move up in midfield and it paid off, a strong run on her own got her a well deserved goal.
Half time: 0-2The second half was much better from Ringwood with chance after chance, but Winchester's Goalkeeper had an outstanding game (player of the match) to keep our score down.
Finally Kirsty (Kirky) tucked one past their 'keeper with her left foot to make the full time score 0-3.
Laverstock 3-3 Ringwood Town
After not playing a league match for four weeks, Ringwood travelled to Laverstock to play a fixture the whole team have been eagerly waiting for.
Unbeaten so far this season league leaders Laverstock started well with a handful of chances but were unable to hit the target.
Ringwood slowly and confidently warmed up (as did the pitch) and started to keep possession creating some chances for themselves. Lisa took advantage of one of these too put Ringwood ahead.0-1.
The games fast pace didn’t let up with exiting end to end football. Both sides applying pressure, showing impressive goalkeeping and positive defending. If you brought a seat you I bet you wouldn’t have been sat in it. A quick counter attack got Laverstock the goal they were looking for 1-1.
HALF TIME. 1-1.
Ringwood went into the second half determined to take control of the game and kept Laverstock in their own half, Chloe D playing at left back pushed up for Ringwood to get a shot on target the keeper got and hand to it, only to see Kirsty get to the ball first and put it away. 1-2.
Ringwood didn’t stop there, quickly wining the ball back and on the attack
To Laverstocks disbelief, Kirsty again, hitting a sweet low left footed shot that squeezed in past the keeper at the near post. 1-3. To Ringwood.
More pressure from Ringwood saw a goalmouth scramble and the referee unfortunately did not see a back pass by a Laverstock defender.
Although shocked and a bit deflated Laverstock stuck to their game. Picking themselves up they hit back at Ringwood and managed to get level. 3-3.
The last 10 minutes was much the same as the first end-to-end stuff with both sides having chances to win the match.
Well done to you all was a great performance.
Laverstock's player of the match: Chloe D.
U14's: Ringwood Town Update
Since getting a 3-3 Draw against Laverstock back in November, Ringwood A, have suffered 3 league defeats, and a cup defeat. Despite this, the whole team has shown great character, worked hard at training, and is getting fitter and regaining their confidence. They have found a new positive team spirit.
As a result of their hard work since their last defeat, Ringwood A have won three out of three, scoring 21 goals and conceding none with Lisa K netting 9 good goals, Chloe D getting 5 (not bad for a defender). Jess G. converting 3 and I've lost count how many posts and cross bars she’s hit. And Chloe C and Kirsty H Both scoring 2 each and being denied more by some good goalkeeping. With Jess P in goal and Billie-jo S, last defender denying the opposition of any hope or chance of a goal.
Well done to all the team. PS: Geoff and Andre said excellent stuff and keep up the good work.
Ringwood get late winner
League 25th MarchAfter a 1-1 draw in their last meeting with Gosport and a 2-1 win over the B team two weeks prior. Gosport with a full squad where full of confidence.
Ringwood on the other hand didn’t have any subs and three players on the pitch carrying injuries, knew it was going to be tough. But also needed the points to keep their quest to stay in fourth place alive.
(Not that we would get into Europe or anything but neither will Tottenham eh Adrian)?
Gosport started the game positively and had Ringwood’s defence working hard against three strikers, fortunately for Ringwood they were unable to find the net.
Jess P Ringwood’s keeper was there to stop some good shots.
Ringwood tried to get Jess G and Lisa K up front, the passes they needed to get us in the game but it wasn’t working. They both worked as hard as their defence to make the brake only being able to make a few half chances
Then to make matters worse a mistake at the back gave Gosport an opportunity to take the lead. 0-1 Gosport, who kept on the pressure?
Ringwood soaked it up and started to settled down and put some nice passes together to make some chances finally finding their way through Gosport’s defence but where unable to beat their on form keeper.
Ringwood got a throw just inside their half, Chloe D with a shout made a quick run down the line Jess G took the throw over a Gosport player and into Chloe’s path catching Gosport out who had to give chase only to see Chloe with her speed and nice foot work go round any defender that managed to get goal side and place the ball neatly home. 1-1.
Half Time 1-1The second half was end to end both teams making chances Lisa K Ringwood’s top scorer and Jess G in second still could not find the net after some great football.
Showing too much of the ball to Gosport’s keeper. At the other end Ringwood’s defence and keeper were keeping Gosport out. It could have gone either way.
With 10 minutes to go Ringwood gambled pushing Billie up out of defence where she had worked tirelessly, replacing her with Chloe C. Piling on the pressure Ringwood started to look very dangerous keeping Gosport in their own half with chance after chance until finally with 3minutes left Ringwood’s Jess threaded the ball across Gosport’s goal area and through the defence to find Lisa for an easy tap in 2-1.
The time remaining saw Gosport desperately trying to get an equaliser throwing everything at Ringwood two goalmouth clearances but failed to equalise.
Final score 2-1 Ringwood.
Ringwood Town Girls v Gosport Ladies 6th May
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