Ladies hit Nailsea for six
Weston ladies recover from 3-0 down to defeat Nailsea 6-3 in their latest league match.
WESTON ladies entertained Nailsea and were looking for their eighth win of the season.
Weston got off to a promising start, transferring the ball with pace and accuracy across the width of the pitch. Despite the promising start, Weston found themselves 3-0 down just before half time, as Nailsea found the net from various set pieces.
Weston started their fight back with high spirits with a quick pass from Tina Delaney to Nikki Baker who claimed the first goal and they were unlucky with two goals disallowed before the break.
In the second half, Weston scored after just three minutes when Michelle Tuxford netted and Rosie Bellenger scored seven minutes later, with a pass from Charlie Crandon across the D, Bellenger pushed the ball home to tie the game 3-3.
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With 25 minutes left to go, Weston’s top scorer Nikki Baker found the net again, after a great pass from Taylor Kingscott, giving Weston the lead.
Throughout the game Weston were strong in defence, with tight marking from Charlotte Gordon and Claire Westgate, some vital saves from Sarah Langley-Wheeler in goal, and great communication between Charli Dale and Vanessa Mawford, kept the centre of defence secure.
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Weston continued to push forward, with a great partnership between Delaney and Dale, making two-touch passes at the top of the D, found Tuxford, who scored her second. Weston’s last goal came from Lucy Clarke, who flicked the ball into the back of the net, making the final score 6-3 to Weston.
The Mercedes Benz player of the match went to Charlotte Dale.