Successful new formation for ladies
Weston ladies defeated Mid Somerset with a new formation for their second league match of the season.
Weston Ladies 4
Mid Somerset 2
Weston Ladies played host to Mid Somerset in their second league game of the season with a new formation.
Mid Somerset took advantage of Weston finding their feet and converted a short corner early in the game. A strong restart from Desni Darch found Elsa Greed on the wing in space and her floating pass to Becky Childs was found and a foot meant Weston had their first short corner.
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After a text book routine, Charlotte Gordon found the bottom corner making the score 1-1.
Weston were on a high and with great effort in midfield from Katie Elliott, Hayley Mawford and Claire Westgate allowed Nicola Yalland to play a cracking pass through for Lucy Clarke to score her first goal of the game.
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The visitors were more determined than ever, but the defensive team of Kerry Westgate, Orla Crabb, Charlotte Howson and Charlotte Gordon were impenetrable.
After coming away successful from a 50/50 ball in the middle of the pitch, Claire Westgate found the back of the net for a birthday goal and Weston’s third.
After half-time, the heavens opened and Mid Somerset took advantage. After a string of great saves from Sammi Brown, the visitors netted.
In the last minutes of the game, Weston showed their superior fitness and were awarded a short corner. Another perfectly executed routine allowed Clarke to get her second and make the final score 4-2.
The Milton Larder player of the match was Nicola Yalland.
Weston travel to Clifton on Saturday and hope to continue to build on their first two strong performances.