Swiss Valley Girls hit top form

PUBLISHED: 12:07 14 February 2018

Swiss Valley Girls Under-14s.

Swiss Valley Girls Under-14s.


Swiss Valley Rangers Girls Under-14s hit top form in their 6-0 victory over St Nicholas.

Swiss Valley Rangers Girls Under-14s were on top form at home to St Nicholas, running out 6-0 winners.

The away side could not contain the attacking formation of the Swiss team which gave license to Skye, Lucy and Emily E to attack in numbers, supported excellently by Yara, Katie, Maisie, Zia and Lottie (sub), who came on after 15 minutes.

The first half was one-way traffic and Swiss went 3-0 up within 25 minutes of play, all three goals coming from Emily.

The defence of Abi, Emily Q and Alice were solid ensuring nothing got through to Jaz, who was a spectator for most of the first-half.

Swiss changed things up a bit for the second half, knowing they had a good safety cushion. Emily E turned creator and Maisie and Lottie were able to push up more.

Three further goals were scored, one from Katie with a great dribble through the middle, one from Lucy who lobbed the ball into the back of the net, and one from girl of the match Lottie, who scored a deserved close-range effort to complete the scoring.

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