Top of the table win for Winscombe
Winscomble ladies defeat Mid Somerset in a top of the table clash.
WITH both teams near the top of the table, Winscombe’s victory was hugely important before Christmas.
The game started slowly and with a short corner being conceded by the opposition, this allowed Kelly to flip the ball into the net for the opener.
With a fine midfield display by both Michelle and Sarah, Winscombe kept up the pressure. After some great team play, a one-two between Kelly and Keri set up the second goal as the ball was played across the Mid Somerset goalkeeper to Sophie into the far corner.
As the game went into the second half, Mid Somerset stepped up their game to score. For Winscombe this was the hardest game of season to date. With the players eager to extend their lead, Winscombe pushed forward.
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Julie and Jodie worked hard together at the back to ensure any counter play was stopped. Mid Somerset’s goalie saved some great shots on goal just as Kelly thought she scored. With time running out, Winscombe settled the nerves when Chloe passed the ball to Gabi to score.
Weston Ladies 1st XI 13
- 1 Coronavirus cases in North Somerset at highest ever daily rate
- 2 Weston General Hospital increases patient-to-nurse ratio due to rising coronavirus patient numbers
- 3 Weston homeless charity announces new location to help vulnerable people during winter
- 4 Sewage emissions report reveals Weston affected by at least 93 sewage spills in the past year
- 5 North Somerset to move into tier 3 after end of nationwide lockdown
- 6 North Somerset online choir to bring Christmas cheer
- 7 Businessman launches two-in-one facemasks in support of MIND charity
- 8 MPs brand placing North Somerset into tier 3 restrictions 'not right' and 'illogical'
- 9 Grand Pier's future uncertain as Weston enters tier 3
- 10 Weston-super-Mare duo sentenced for drug offences
Chard Ladies 0
WESTON faced Chard and were looking for another win, having gained three points from their last game against Burnham.
Weston started positively and scored three goals in the first 15 minutes of the game, with Tina Delaney grabbing two and Taylor Kingscott one. Weston continued to attack and scored another three goals in the first half, goals. These came from Charli Crandon and another two from Delaney.
Weston pushed forward constantly helped by a couple of good tackles by Laura Draycott and the midfield of Tina Delaney, Charli Crandon, Michelle Tuxford and Taylor Kingscott were finding Rosie Bellinger and Nikki Baker to make openings.
Goals this half came from Michelle Tuxford, Taylor Kingscott and a hat-trick from Weston’s top goalscorer, Nikki Baker, bringing her total this season to 16.
Towards the end of the game, Weston won a penalty flick and Vanessa Mawford brought the score to 12-0. Finally, a last minute goal from Lucy Clarke ended the rout.
Mercedes-Benz player of the match was Tina Delaney.