Wow! What a tremendous passing and finishing performance!

The girls were back to their imperious best with a performance that every parent said they would have paid to have seen. Quality throughout and too many goals to describe in detail.

Individual player highlights: –

Nia Jay – dealt well with the only meaningful effort on goal
Saff Hicken – again her usual calm self and what was she doing in the Kingshursy box to smash into the top corner of the net?
Amy Marshall – again excellent in picking up the pieces, taking on players and linking up with the midfield
Cath Davis – every header won and again was in tandem with Amy at the heart of the defence
Leah Fanning – many overlapping runs could have led to more in an energetic performance
Laura Cumberledge – again worked hard on the left and score 2 well taken goals
Beth Crook – short sharp passing and confidence growing in an assured shift
Emily Quimby – scored 4 including a tremendous free kick from outside the box and a trademark 30 yard screamer
Laura Lindsay – another position at wide left and her excellent running, passing and finishing led to 5 goals to equal her best ever match total
Dom Mckee – power, strength and strong running and a goal too
Sophie Shorrock – scored 6 but it could have been 10 – we won’t mention where she beat 4 but slotted wide of an open goal!
Jemma Clews – also scored 6 including a screamer from 30 yards.

Special praise to Kingshurst who did not give up throughout.

Well done girls – 104 goals for the season from 8 games and only 2 goals conceded!

NB – if I have upset anyone with previous comments – my apologies. Not meant in the way they appeared.

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