Ladies return to the top

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Ladies return to the top

Postby stroud green » Wed Oct 29, 2014 1:48 pm

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FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE
Sunday 26th October 2014


FOREST GREEN ROVERS LFC – 4

SAINT NICHOLAS LFC - 0
Rovers got back to winning ways on Sunday against their Bristol opponents. A stubborn first half display kept the home team at bay until Charlotte King found room in the box to pick her spot for the opening goal, which they held going into the break.

Starting the second half at a much quicker tempo Forest Green soon bagged a second when Jodie Shepherd met a corner at the far post to crash the ball home from close range. With this cushion the home team made a few changes, and with better ball retention they soon added two more goals through a Kirsty Richardson solo effort, and then Amy Baker getting on the end of a through ball to slot home the fourth.

A better performance than the last two weeks, and something to take into their FA cup game next week against Oxford City at Slimbridge(1 pm kick off)
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