Another tremendous display of quick, accurate passing that created chance after chance, was a joy to behold and with better finishing on another day the score could have been doubled.
Nia Jay was untroubled, confident in her distribution and only had 1 real save to make all game.
Emily Downes had a fine game, particularly going forward.
Saff Hicken passed a number of accurate passes into space for Jemma, Cath and Laura to run on to.
Amy Marshall had another confident performance, bringing the ball out of defence on a number of occasions.
Leah Fanning also supported the midfield going forward and kept their dangerous right winger at bay.
Laura Cumberledge used her pace to get forward but also did a fine job in getting back to support Leah when needed.
Hayley Turner had a number of opportunities but scored 2 well taken goals.
Beth Crook was very busy in midfield and threaded the ball forward time after time.
Emily Quimby again controlled midfield alongside Beth and scored another hat trick including a fine goal that was almost the best of the game, when she chipped home from 25 yards.
Rachel Hall had a number of 1 on 1s but her volley into the corner of the net was the pick of the goals – sorry Emily!
Jemma Clews used her strength and pace to get free of a determined full back and slotted home two confident efforts.
Cath Davis opened the scoring with a cross shot (actually it was more cross than shot!) after 13 seconds! Quickest goal of the season?

Girls – super showing today – well done!

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