Emphatic victory for Portishead Town girls
PUBLISHED: 08:59 05 December 2018
Portishead Town Under-15 Girls enjoyed a comprehensive 8-0 victory over Avon Athletic at Clevedon School.
With all the Portishead Town pitches waterlogged, Portishead Town Under-15 Girls played their home game against Avon Athletic at Clevedon School.
Choosing to play up the slope in the first half, Portishead soon took the lead when girl of the match Katherine Southern netted a rebound from Keiana Jones’ saved shot.
Scorer became provider as Southern crossed and Emily Edwards stole in front of the keeper to make it two. And Southern provided the pass out wide for Millie Rosenior to cross for Edwards to slot a snap shot under the keeper for a half time score of 3-0.
Now, playing down the slope, Kim Parker’s close control and chip for Hannah Osmond saw her lob the keeper. Next, Rosenior planting the ball past the keeper into the far corner of the net and Parker threaded a through ball to Keira Howse, who kept her head to beat the keeper.
Edwards completed the scoring first with an individual goal and then following build-up play from Rosenior and Howse, Edwards lashed the ball into the net for a final score of 8-0 to take Portishead top of the Bristol Girls League.
Clevedon United Under-10 Girls were hosted by Emerson’s Green and were narrowly beaten.
The visitors were the livelier and more threatening in the early exchanges and any chances that Emerson created were well saved by Macey in goal.
Against the run of play, Emerson scored with an unstoppable shot from a narrow angle and Clevedon were unlucky to finish the half one down.
Clevedon have recruited several new players. Shae and Megan are starting to build more confidence and understanding of the game and up front Ruby had her best game to date.
The visitors’ strong midfield of Izzy, Maddie and Ella looked to pass the ball and play creatively. Edie and Samantha were hard working and determined at the back and Layla showed her versatility by playing one half in goal and several outfield positions in the other.
The referee’s player of the match was deservedly awarded to Maddie.
New players always welcome training is on Tuesdays at the Everyone Active Stadium, Clevedon from 6.30-7.30pm.
A friendly encounter between Swiss Valley Girls and Clevedon United Boys took place over the weekend.
A friendly meet was organised for The Wildlings of Swiss Valley Rangers Girls’ under 6-8 with Clevedon United boy’s under 6-8.
These mini games were planned to celebrate the grassroots football and to experience real match scenarios. The normal play time is quite limited for each player especially for a team with a big squad.
This friendly meet has given every player plenty of game time. Each team played six mini games of 10 minutes each. It was a very successful and enjoyable morning by all players and adults.
Congratulations to Molly, Bea, Alice, Lucy, Zoe, Evie B, Evie M, Connie and Isabelle, with Isla, Edie and Amele for their first debut match.
For further enquiries about girls’ football, please visit our website www.swissvalleyrangersfc.co.uk
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