Narrow victory for Hutton girls
- Credit: Archant
Hutton Under-14 girls recorded a narrow victory over St Nicholas.
HUTTON Under-14 girls entertained St Nicholas, seeking to reverse a 3-2 defeat earlier in the season.
They were quickly into their stride with Lauryn Nigh, Hannah Worley and Bobbie Perrett patrolling the midfield and the home rear guard of Georgia Ferdinando, Meg Lewis, Anya Lawrence and Eva Ferdinando were rarely troubled, leaving Chloe Woods in home goal a bystander.
In attack, Jazz Hurrell and Tia Craig posed a constant threat and Hutton took the lead when Craig crossed for Nigh to fire the girls into the lead. Good play by Nicole Badman and Danni Williams set up Nigh for her second.
After the break, Hurrell’s persistence paid off when she slotted home. St Nicks replied with two goals to set up a nerve jangling finale. Hurrell, Craig and Perrett all went close for Hutton and Badman’s last ditch tackled prevented a St Nicks equaliser, leaving Hutton victors by a single goal.
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Supporter’s player was awarded to Tia Criag and Silvermoor Interiors girl of the game went to Nicole Badman.
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