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Ladies and Girls weekly round up (30)
Posted by Debbie Mosley
May 2, 2017, 11:43

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Cambridge City 4 : 0 Hutton

ERWFL Presentation of League Trophy

Sunday was all about celebrating the amazing success that the City ladies have enjoyed this season. After a convincing four nil win over a spirited Hutton side, the ladies were presented with the ERWFL Division One league title trophy and individual medals in front of a large crowd at Trinity Old Field. This is their second runaway title in two years and with one league game still remaining, they are already guaranteed at least a 13 point lead. The icing on the cake will be to lift the ERWFL league cup on 14th May when they travel to Letchworth to play Haringey Borough in the cup final. Although their opponents are champions of the league above, in the form that City are in, they fear no one.

After the league chairman Jim Hill had presented the Ladies with their title winning ERWFL medals, he also presented the City Development Team with their S-Tech Women's Championship South title trophy and medals.

Under 16s

Cambridge City 4 : 0 Stotfold (S - Tech U16 League Cup Final)

Champagne Moment for U16 Double Winners

It was cup final action on Friday for the under 16s, who were in search of the final piece of the jigsaw for the league and cup double. Under floodlights at the impressive Cozy Feet Stadium, the home of St Neots FC, City started the game in top gear and took the game to Stotfold. It wasn't long before the league's top score - Megan Tonks - had given the Lilywhites a three goal advantage with a quick fire hat trick and so it remained at half time. In the second period, the Bedfordshire team had a little more of the ball but with Tonks adding her fourth before Stotfold scored two late goals, the game had already been won by City. A spirited display from Stotfold. Well done City. Player of the Match was awarded to Megan Tonks.

Under 15s

Cambridge City 1 : 2 St Ives Rangers (S - Tech U15 League Cup Final)

This was the opening match of the evening at St Neots. The two top teams in the league battling it out for the first piece of silverware of the season. In all honesty (and not helped by two early injuries) City were much below par early on and struggled to get any real grip on the game in the opening exchanges. An unfortunate goalkeeping mistake gifted St Ives the lead, but this was soon rectified when striker Katie Stancombe fired home the goal of the game from the corner of the penalty area. One apiece at half time and City had the opportunity to change things round a little. The majority of the second half belonged to the Lilywhites, but they still lacked that clinical touch in front of goal. With extra time on the horizon, St Ives were awarded a free kick wide left. The ball breached the defensive line and St Ives were quickest to follow in and poke the ball home. The game finished with City the wrong end of a 2-1 score line. Congratulations to St Ives. The City Player of the Match was awarded to Ellie Allen.

Under 14s

Cambridge City 1 : 1 Isleham

The under 14s entertained Isleham on Saturday. These fixtures are usually good footballing spectacles and this was no different. After falling behind to a penalty mid way through the first half, City soon drew level again when Annabel Cuthbert neatly slotted home from a good cross delivered by Freya Standing. Both keepers had to work hard throughout the game with Sally Phelps in the City goal being outstanding. Lots of great performances, with some excellent football. A good advert for the girls game. The match ended all square at 1 : 1.
City Player of the Match was awarded to Sally Phelps.

Under 13s

Cambridge City 7 : 0 Sawston

City concluded their league fixtures for the season with a convincing victory at home over local rivals Sawston. Goals from Amie Fullwood (x3) Milly Clarke (x2) and one apiece for Niamh Davies and Kayleigh Peters secured the three points. The girls worked very hard, especially Jessie Fitzpatrick who was awarded the Player of the Match. This victory will put the squad in a good frame of mind for when they take on St Neots Town next Friday (5th May) at Soham Town Rangers FC in the under 13s S - Tech League Cup Final.

Under 12s

Wisbech St Mary 1 : 3 Cambridge City

Every now and again we are reminded that anything can happen right up until the referee blows the whistle for full time. With less than a minute to go, City were comfortable with a two nil lead, thanks to a goal in the first half from Player of the Match Rosina Summers and another midway through the second half from Isabelle Ely. With less than a minute to go, the home side popped up with a goal which got the home crowd a little excited. However, this sense of anticipation only lasted a matter of seconds, thanks to captain Maddie Shantzs who restored the two goal advantage for the visitors with a goal within five seconds of the restart. This victory was necessary to ensure that City keep the pressure on current league leaders Coton Cosmos who have yet to visit City at home. If the Lilywhites secure maximum points from all their remaining fixtures then they will take Coton to a play off. All exciting stuff as the season reaches the closing stages.

Under 11s Blacks

Under 11 Blacks ended very much on a high on Saturday when they faced a spirited Sawston team in what was the final match of their first season together. And what a way to finish! City produced some lovely football and were in charge throughout the game, to the extent that their keeper hardly touched the ball. A hat trick each for Emily and Erin up front and a super goal straight from a corner for centre back Laura, were added to by Maayan and one for Poppy which meant that all outfield players had got their name on the score sheet this season.

The girls have worked really hard this season with only 2 defeats in 13 games. They have improved constantly and showed massive endeavour and effort throughout. Such a great team spirit with lots of fun along the way. Plenty of potential and expectation going forward into next season.

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