Sutton’s super second half recovery

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LSHC Ladies 4,

Cambridge Nomads 2

Sutton went behind but from a team effort Leanne Woodhead scored with an assist from Robyn Gribble.

After a well-needed half-time team talk, Louise Southgate, Woodhead and Emma Howell netted. A good win and a good team performance for all.

Player of the match was Gemma Parr, composed and solid throughout the game.

LSHC Ladies 2nd 4,

Lincoln 3rds 2

The Ladies bounced back after having some key players back in the side.

Scorers were Becky Kierman and after the break Kierman, Amber Wild and Jeorgia Carr.

PoM: Hannah Maris.

LSHC Men 1,

Havering 3

Sutton were very unlucky to not get a share of the spoils in the Prem B on Saturday.

Havering broke the deadlock as a deflected short corner shot bobbled agonisingly into the goal.

In the second half Sutton were reduced to 10 men and Havering scored twice. Cook pounced on a loose ball and swept it into the goal.

LSHC Mens’ 2nd 2,

Louth 3

In the best all-round team performance from the seconds this season so far, Alex Canham and Sisson scored.

Man of the Match: Ross Gavaghan.

LSHC 3rd 0,

Cambridge City 5ths 8

Despite the score, Long Sutton played well with the right attitude throughout.

MoM for saving several flicks, Joss Calderbank.

LSHC 4th 5,

Bourne Deeping 6ths 2

Again Long Sutton started the game with a changed side, but played with confidence and desire.

Jon Goodley pounced on a well saved shot to slot home his first goal for the club to get back on level terms before half-time. Hagan, Baker (twice) and man of the match White scored.