Long Sutton 6,
Bishop Stortford 2
Lincolnshire’s county champions and highest ranked team got off to the perfect start in Premier B on Saturday.
Sutton deserved their equaliser, albeit coming from a Stortford defender. Man of the match Bailey’s tireless running and delicate skills gave Sutton that missing edge.
Fyson slotted a lovely short corner to Harrison who deflected it into the net.
Sutton continued to dominate in the second half. Fyson fired in a double, followed by Cook and Sisson.
Long Sutton 2nd 2,
St Neots 0
The 2nds started their 3NW campaign with Otto Esse an impressive MoM in the midfield playmaker role.
Esse and John Sullivan scored for the 2nds.
LSHC Ladies 1,
Shefford & Sandy 1
Preparation had been good with great results in the friendlies and excellent coaching by Nick Bailey and his assistants.
After a number of half chances Hannah Greenacre converted a Woodhead pass with some superb stick skills. Sutton go into next weekend’s game against St Neots more determined for three points.
Lincolnshire Friendly League Under 14s at Surfleet
Sutton’s Under 14s pretty much swept everything before them on a fantastic day.
Green team results: won 4-0 Spalding 2nds; drew 2-2 Lincoln A; won 2-1 Spalding A; won 6–0 Lincoln B. Goals: Kane Portass 8, Jeorgia Carr 3, Harry Synnott, Will White.
Blue team: won 2-1 BourneDeeping (Georgina Maplethorpe, William Taylor), won Boston 4-0 (Macy Carr 2, Jacob Synnott, Taylor), won 2-0 Sleaford (Maplethorpe, Taylor).
Squads, Green: James Cudlipp (GK), Leah Goodley, Matt Goodley, Harry Synnott, Will White, Jeorgia Carr, Kane Portass.
Blue: Charlie Hill (GK), Catherine Plum, Tom Burton, Jacob Synnott, Charlotte Maplethorpe, Macy Carr, Georgina Maplethorpe, William Taylor.