Girls continue winning run

PUBLISHED: 15:51 03 November 2010

Girls Football

Girls Football


PORTISHEAD Girls Under-11s continued their winning run with an outstanding 9-1 win against BLU B team.

PORTISHEAD Girls Under-11s continued their winning run with an outstanding 9-1 win against BLU B team.

Goalkeeper Eloise Twyford made some quality saves throughout the game and Ellie Hill and Andante Singer tackled well in defence, supported by Ellie Davidson, Rhea Hall, Rebecca Halford, Anya Colyer and Jemilla Colyer, all played a good passing game, setting up most of the goals.

Jess Smailes continued to improve and was unlucky not to score. Emma Penhale played her first whole game up front and scored a hat-trick.

Halford scored an amazing hat-trick and winger Anya Colyer scored two wonderful goals and Rhea Hall showed consolidated the midfield with some excellence passing, tackling and scored a goal in the process.

n The Under-12s finally got their first win of the season after a tough battle with Frampton A.

Chelsea Hill opened the scoring after a determined individual piece of play latching on to a through ball from Phoebe Williams.

Portishead defenders Eloise Hubbard, Alys Withers and player of the match Rosie Collings worked hard, keeping the Frampton fightback under control. Portishead went two up after a fine strike from Emily Smith.

Frampton came back in the second half and got a goal back with 15 minutes to go. Portishead came under a lot of pressure as Frampton pushed for the equaliser, forcing midfielder Kyla Probert into more of a defensive roll.

Keeper Aimee Morgan pulled off a number of superb saves to ensure the win for Portishead.

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