Portishead Town girls win Barry United tournament
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Portishead Town’s under-15 girls won the Barry Town United tournament on Sunday.
Emily Edwards fired a hat-trick in an opening 3-0 win over Port Talbot, with Keiana Jones, Katie Quick and Edwards on target in another 3-0 victory over Cardiff Crusaders.
After falling behind to the hosts, Portishead levelled through Katherine Southern and saw Edwards seal a 2-1 triumph, before Southern and Quick struck in a 2-0 success over Aberdare.
Portishead then beat Villa Dino Christchurch 2-0 in the semi-finals, with quick passing and finishing from Quick, Southern and Edwards breaking the deadlock.
Southern slotted the second after a run and shot from Jones to set up a rematch with Barry Town in the final.
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Jones and Southern combined to set up Edwards for the first goal, with Quick finding Edwards for a powerful finish to cap a 2-0 victory and the silverware.
Phoebe Delafaille held firm in goal, as Kim Parker, Hannah Osmond and Keira Howse impressed in defence.
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