The Tigers put in a super display against a team who won 16 -0 the week before.
The Tigers had the better of the first half with Katie Cox hitting the bar, and seeing a free kick just go wide. Elle Tandy also went close,but it was Hednesford who were in front at the break. Hednesford had more of the game second half, keeper Sarah Lawley and the defence of Katherine Hall, Amber Stanley, and player of the match Lauren Davison kept Hednesford at bay with them just netting two late goals. The midfield of Beth Sowley, Katrina Bailey, Christiana Locke, Amber Smith, Natasha Griffiths, and Taylor Gillis took turns to cause Hednesford proplems all game.

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Great battling performance girls – getting better every week!

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