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Ladies and Girls weekly round up (21)
Posted by Debbie Mosley
Feb 21, 2017, 18:44

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Park Ladies 0 : 9 Cambridge City

City Ladies had a break from league action this week and travelled to play Park Ladies at Wimblington in the Cambs Women's Invitation Cup. City play in a league above the homeside and not surprisingly they secured their passage through to the semi's with a convincing 9-0 victory, thanks to strikes from Bella Simmons x 4, Carla Penny x 4 and Emily Reed. The home side should be congratulated on their sportsmanship and welcome.

City will now face either St Ives Town or ICA Sports at home in the semi-final.


Isleham Ladies 1 : 2 Cambridge City Development

City Development returned home from Isleham with three points thanks to a 2-1 victory. This is another step in consolidating their commanding position at the top of the S-Tech Women's Championship South. Erin Fox and Anna Wilson were on the score sheet for City. Considering that this is the teams' first season, they are proving that local youth talent is the way to progress. The team provides a developmental link between the Girls teams and the Ladies first team.

Under 13s

U13's shape up against Yaxley

Yaxley 2 : 1 Cambridge City

The under 13s travelled to Yaxley for a top of the table clash. Although City took the lead midway through the first half, thanks to Tiana Walker, the home side came from behind to earn a 2-1 win. City weren't at their best, that's fair to say, but they still deserved something out of the game. It was surprising when, with a minute to go, everyone watching thought that a lifeline had been thrown to the visitors when Walker appeared to have been brought down in the box. However, the referee saw it differently. All is not lost though - City have to play Yaxley again (twice) so hopefully their more technical game will prove more fruitful next time out.

Under 11s (Whites)

U11's team talk before they take on the boys.

Something different this week for the under 11s. They chose to enter a boys Futsal tournament at Cambridge Regional College and although they didn't leave with any silverware, they can still be very proud of their performances. Once again they showed everyone what talent they have and are not scared of anyone.......including boys!

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