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Hares finish 2018 being unbeaten since October with Naomi McGarvie scoring a brace

By Pete Woodhouse

S Tech Premier Ladies League – March Town Ladies 5 ICA Ladies 3

The Hares finished 2018 being unbeaten since October and with an impressive win against the league leaders ICA.

Georgia Brown opened the scoring after a great through ball from Emma Searle on 12 minutes.

March club captain Claire Newton wearing her ‘secret Santa’ prizes after the game. (6042059)
March club captain Claire Newton wearing her ‘secret Santa’ prizes after the game. (6042059)

ICA equalised when the Hares failed to clear from a free kick.

On 40 minutes, March went 2-1 up after Naomi McGarvie scored with her second touch from coming on as sub.

A quick reply from ICA meant it was 2-2 at half-time.

The Hares came out flying for the second half with McGarvie scoring with a neat finish, only for ICA to reply quickly to make it 3-3.

With 20 minutes to go, a free-kick for ICA dissent at the referee was smartly played through to player of the match Adele Munday from Louise Barbour and was hit into the roof of the net.

Emma Frost scored the fifth for the Hares with an emphatic finish.

ICA finished the game with their manager sent to the stands and, after the final whistle, their goalkeeper was sent off for dissent.

The result moves the Hares up to a comfortable fourth in the league over Christmas.

Peterborough & District Youth League U16’s

Baston 2

March Park Rangers 1

March produced their best performance of the season when they travelled to top of the league Baston on Sunday.

They played excellent football throughout and were very unlucky not to get something out of the game. March scored their goal through Mark Jenner, (his first for the club) after good build up play.

All of the March players could be very proud of their performance, as everyone gave 100 per cent.


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