Hutton girls win with 10 players

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Hutton girls Under-13s defeated Bristol Ladies Union with only 10 players.

HUTTON Girls Under-13s travelled to Bristol Ladies Union with only 10 players due to illness and injury and an entertaining game ensued.

Hutton started brightly forcing their hosts to defend from the beginning and with lone striker Rachel Curtis’ bustling play causing concern it looked like it wouldn’t be long before Hutton took the lead.

However, BLU defended strongly and restricted Hutton to a few half chances and when wingers Meg Lewis and Danni Williams did break through, they were denied by good goalkeeping.

Hutton continued to attack leaving keeper Chloe Woods a bystander for most of the first-half as Eva Ferdinando, Anya Lawrence, Hannah Capes and Georgia Ferdinando easily dealt with any threat BLU could muster.


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The second half continued in the same manner with Hutton’s central midfield of Hannah Worley and Lauryn Nigh working tirelessly to set the girls on the attack, but BLU defending defiantly.

Woods was called into action to prevent a shot on goal and Hutton’s defence was starting to be stretched as the girls began to tire.

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As the game drew to a conclusion, Hutton threw caution to the wind and two excellent crosses caused panic in the home defence and as the ball fell to Nigh, good control and a neat volley sealed a 1-0 win with the last kick of the game.

Silvermoor Interiors players of the match was awarded jointly to Eva and Georgina Ferdinando.

Hutton girls would welcome any girls interested in playing in either the Under-13s or Under-11s teams, please contact either Jen on 07841 449015 or Ian on 07835 243616.

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