Wisbech Ladies 3rds keep in hunt for title
Wisbech Ladies 3rds 4 Woodhall Spa 1
With the chance of winning the league still a possibility, Wisbech Ladies 3rds were in a positive frame of mind on Saturday.
Following a very early goal by Holly Stevenson play slowed down; however a short corner won by Ellie Cobb resulted in an impressive goal from Shelley Coleman.
Debut youngster Yasmin Pritchard in goal made an impressive save, but a goal from the away team followed before half-time.
Wisbech kept the pressure on in the second half with goals by Kate Stevenson and Holly Stevenson.
Player of the match: Yasmin Pritchard.
Wisbech are away to Long Sutton Ladies 2nds, 2:30.
Wisbech Ladies 2nds 2
Wisbech travelled to Skegness for this Div 2NW encounter, confident that they had a decent tactical plan to overturn the reverse fixture of just over a month ago.
In an open game, Alford took the lead when they were awarded a dubious short corner and the Wisbech defence found themselves undone three more times, going into half-time 4-0 down.
Hannah Strickle, switching to right midfield for the second half, created a well-deserved change of fortunes for Wisbech.
Lou Sandall and Emma Baker scored, some great saves from Ruby Shepherd and defending from Georgia Bingham and Sam Pritchard.
PoM: Emma Baker.
Next week Wisbech face Cambs Nomads 1sts at home, 2:30 start.
Other scores: Wisbech Men 3 I-ES Men 2. Wisbech are away to Cambs Uni Men’s 2nds, noon push back.
Wisbech Men’s 2nds 0 Cambs Uni Men’s 3rds 8. Wisbech are home to Cambs City Men’s Vets, 1pm.
Wisbech Men’s 3rds 0 Spalding Men’s 3rds 8. Wisbech are away to St Ives Men’s 3rds, 12:30.
Wisbech Men’s 4ths P-P. Wisbech are home to St Neots Men’s 2nds, 4pm.
Wisbech Ladies 1sts 6 Royston Ladies 2. Wisbech are away to Lindum Ladies 1sts, noon.