Clevedon girls struggle

CLEVEDON United Girls Under-12s lost 3-0 in their third game to Brislington.

CLEVEDON United Girls Under-12s lost 3-0 in their third game to Brislington.

Unfortunately the team's regular goalkeeper Louisa Pass sustained a knee injury during the warm-up, but Yasmin Little was an outstanding substitute. Despite some good defending by Carley Ackland and Crystal Stokes half time saw Clevedon 1-0 down.

Emily Loving, Laura Hearn and Jenna Bird worked tirelessly in midfield with help from Lauren Thorne, Evie Lassetter and Sophie Riggot.

It was a good squad effort, against the league's top team but, it was not to be Clevedon's day. Player of the match was awarded to Emily Loving for her hard work throughout the game.


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Forward Chelsea Hill was full of running and kept the St Nicks defence fully occupied and was unlucky not to make a breakthrough. Kyla Probert was strong in midfield linking up with Rhea Hall and Alys Withers taking Portishead forward at every opportunity.

Rosie Collings, Phoebe Williams and Eloise Hubbard were superb in their defensive duties with player of the match Aimee Morgan keeping a fantastic clean sheet. A great game played in good spirit on a hot Sunday afternoon.

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