Moy’s majestic strike


March SS 4, Estover Park 2

Rebecca Moy gave March the lead and Megan Tombs made it 2-0 at the break.

Billie Byles slotted the ball home to give the home team a 3-0 lead before Estover fought back with two good goals. A superb corner kick from Moy curled into the back of the net in the dying moments. Olivia Goode (pom).


Hungate Rovers 2, Cambridge City 5

Hungate were 4-0 down at thebreak to a very attacking Cambridge team.

Hungate got going after the break with Kelly McManus pulling one back and Savanna-Sonya Plavecz ran from her own half to fire home for 4-2, but City scored again.


St Ives 1, Estover Park 0

The home side took the lead early in the first half.

In the second half Estover started playing as a team with some good running from Hana Howsam who had a shot hit the post but could not convert the chances into goals. Jordan Johns(pom) was excellent in defence.


Estover Park 1, Comberton 2

Park were looking extremely comfortable winning 1-0 with a first half goal from Jade Anderson, but the game was changed with an injury to Fern Patterson and Park played the last 35 mins of normal time with eight players.

Keeper Dani Westgate was superb but could not stop an equaliser.

In extra time, Park continued to battle valiantly but Comberton scored again with five minutes to go.

Estover are looking for new players for this season. If you are in years 10 or 11 and interested, please call Gary Davis, on 07824 337771.