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March Town Ladies' Emmas Frost and Searle plus Eleanor McLeish and Chas Miller on target versus Cambridge Uni

By Pete Woodhouse

S Tech Prem: March Town Ladies 4 Cambridge University 0

The Hares finished the season with a strong performance against Cambridge Uni, who needed a win to confirm runners-up spot.

Excellent work from Syd Davis and Abby Grist led to a pass to Eleanor McLeish, who unselfishly set up Emma Frost for a tidy finish, giving the Hares the lead.

March ladies 2018. (5887095)
March ladies 2018. (5887095)

Grist was then unlucky when her shot hit the bar and a Claire Newton free-kick also rattled the woodwork.

Top scorer Emma Searle scored at the beginning of the second half with a fine finish into the far corner.

McLeish then beat the offside trap to score just inside the post on 60 minutes and a curling screamer, a few minutes later, from PoM Chas Miller went in for the fourth.

Manager Gary Davis was pleased with the performance. “We had players missing but the 14 players showed what a strong squad we have and we hope to use this as a basis for big improvements next season.”

The Hares are looking to add to their squad for the coming season.

Anyone interested in finding out more can contact Gary on 07824 337771 or through their Facebook page – ‘March Town United FC Public Group’.


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