Hutton girls get back to winning ways
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Hutton Under-14 girls got back to winning ways with a 7-0 victory over AEK Boco.
HUTTON Under-14 girls got their season back on track after three straight defeats and gained revenge for last week’s 1-0 defeat at the hands AEK Boco in the reverse fixture.
Hutton started strongly and took the lead when Rachael Curtis broke through and rifled a shot from 25 yards past the Boco keeper.
Bobbie Perrett and Lauryn Nigh were controlling the midfield, with Nigh hitting the crossbar before Jazz Hurrell reacted first to give Hutton a 2-0 lead.
The defence of Eva Ferdinando, Meg Lewis and Georgia Ferdinando worked hard as did Hannah Worley. Wingers Curtis and Danni Williams were constantly stretching Boco’s defence, helped by Tia Craig’s clever running.
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Hutton were rewarded further when Georgia Ferdinando’s stunning free kick gave the Boco keeper no chance. This was followed shortly after with a goal by Hurrell to give Hutton a 4-0 interval lead.
The second half was a replay of the first with Chloe Woods in the Hutton goal a virtual bystander.
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Nigh continued to set up the Hutton attacks and it wasn’t long before Craig’s quick feet created enough space for her to fire home Hutton’s fifth of the day, before Curtis struck again.
As the game came to its conclusion, Williams’ run and cross found Craig who made no mistake to round off the scoring.
Silvermoor Interiors player of the game was awarded jointly to Hannah Worley and Tia Craig, with the supporter’s player deservedly going to Lauryn Nigh.