Naiomi nets a triple haul


Under 11

Estover Park 3, Ramsey 2

Naiomi McGarvie’s hat-trick took Estover into the next round of the cup.

Two early goals rewarded Estover’s domination but Ramsey fought back to level. McGarvie’s third restored the lead with Rachel Holland making a great save late on.


Hungate 6, Comberton 1

Hungate gave a good display of football against a strong Comberton side.

Skipper Carlie Knight hit five goals and the sixth came from an own goal. Millie Rees (PoM) made an impressive first appearance.


Cambridge City 5, WSM 0

Saints have so much to offer when going forward, but need to show a bit more composure in front of goal. A good team display against a solid Cambridge City side.


Glinton 0, Hungate Rovers 3

Ratcliffe opened the scoring for Hungate who produced some good football to open Glinton up. Ratcliffe then sent a great pass through to Bennington to score from an acute angle.

Read made a great save from a Glinton penalty and Hungate extended the lead with Holmes setting up Ratcliffe for her second.

Estover Park 2,

Wyberton Wildcats 1

Park swopped places with Wildcats at the top of the league with an impressive performance. Emma Searle broke through the defence to give Park the lead and Paris Wakelen scored from close range.

Wildcats pulled one back before half-time. Park had further chances and Dani Westgate stopped a penalty with a great save. Rhi Butler (PoM) showed skills on the wing.