Hutton teams sit top of their leagues
Hutton girls’ Under-13s and Under-15s sit top of their respective leagues.
HUTTON Under-15 girls hit top spot in the league following their 3-1 home win against third-placed AEK Boco.
Hutton started brightly with good wing play from Meg Lewis, while Boco posed little threat to the home defence of Georgia Ferdinando, Nicole Badman, Hannah Capes and Eva Ferdinando, giving keeper Lauren Filer little to do in goal.
Hutton’s midfield of Lauryn Nigh and Jodie Filer were proving to be a force and Rachael Curtis’ competitive play in retrieving any loose ball was a feature of the half.
Hutton gained a deserved lead when Massey’s corner was deflected past the helpless keeper. The girls increased their lead when Bobbie Perrett’s driving run split the visiting defence and her shot gave Hutton a 2-0 interval lead.
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After the break, Hutton continued to create chances with Danni Williams, Anya Lawrence, Tia Craig and Hannah Worley all playing well.
Against the run of play, Boco reduced the arrears, before Hutton’s two goal cushion was restored with 10 minutes remaining when Georgia Ferdinando’s netted.
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In the final minute Boco were awarded a penalty, but the spot kick struck the woodwork.
Player of the game was awarded to Hannah Capes, with supporters’ player going to Meg Lewis.
The Under-13s also continued their fine form and sit top of the league having beaten St Nicolas 10-0.
The girls started slowly and took time to get into their stride and broke the deadlock with a good finish from Ellie Burrows. The breakthrough settled the girls and Burrows scored a second goal. With half-time approaching, Lauren Wall gave Hutton a 3-0 interval lead.
The second half saw a change of keeper with Megan Williams taking over. Hutton were now in full flow and with Kaci Horner and Lauren Small providing the solid defence and Amelia Seaton and Kacey Allen showing great determination, St Nicks were struggling to contain the home side.
The second half was one-way traffic as further goals came from Burrows, Wall, Emily Evans, Mel Heath, Lottie Lewis and two from Natalia Bak.
McDonald Weston player of the game was awarded to Mel Heath, with supporters’ player going to Natalia Bak.