Hutton girls lose out to late goals

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Two late goals by Frampton Rangers saw them beat Hutton Girls Under-14s.

HUTTON girls’ Under-14s entertained last season’s league champions Frampton Rangers in what turned out to be an entertaining game.

Hutton were the first to show with Tia Craig’s good movement to the fore. The Hutton midfield were on top of their game with Bobbie Perrett, Hannah Worley and Lauryn Nigh providing some excellent balls for wingers Danni Williams and Rachael Curtis.

The visitors started to exert pressure, but Chloe Woods in the home goal was well protected by a dominant Hutton defence of Meg Lewis, Eva Ferdinando, Hannah Capes and Georgia Ferdinando.

Frampton took the lead against the run of play when a cross eluded the home defence and a smart finish gave Woods little chance.


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Hutton continued to press and the introduction of Anya Lawrence, Nicole Badman and Steph Abram gave fresh impetus to Hutton’s attack and the girls were unlucky to be behind at the break.

Frampton started the second half well as Hutton had to defend in numbers and Woods was brought into action with a couple of good saves. Hutton caught Frampton on the break with good runs from Williams and Curtis and only last-ditch defending prevented a Hutton equaliser.

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The game was finally settled in the final five minutes when a shot from the edge of the Hutton box found the net and with virtually the last kick of the game, Frampton found a third with a scramble at the far post.

Silvermoor Interior player of the game was awarded to Hannah Capes.

The Under-12s entertained a strong Bradley Stoke team and with a win for each side in previous encounters this season, it was always going to be a close game.

Stoke started the brighter but could not get behind Hutton’s determined defence with Eilidh Paterson, Charlotte Lewis and Kaci Horner in fine form.

As the game progressed the girls started to get into the game with Mel Heath, Liv Worley and Paige Nigh’s good play enabling Hutton to put pressure on the Stoke defence.

Ellie Burrows was unlucky not to give Hutton the lead and Amelia Seaton’s tenacity was starting to open up the Stoke defence as the break came with the game scoreless.

The second half saw Stoke press hard for the breakthrough with Hutton responding on breakaways and the introduction of Megan Williams and Kacey Allen kept Hutton moving forward.

The game flowed from end to end and it looked as if it was going to end in stalemate until a quick attack and strong shot found the top of Hutton’s net with Kerri Townsend having little chance to save.

As the girls pressed for a late equaliser and with players pushed forward, Stoke again broke quickly to double their lead.

McDonalds Weston player of the game was awarded to Paige Nigh.

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