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Ladies and Girls weekly round up (11)
Posted by Debbie Mosley
Nov 19, 2017, 21:18

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Under 17s

Cambridge City 9 : 1 Melbourn Dynamos

City only got started when they went a goal behind in the first ten minutes, with the visitors having taken a well deserved lead following an uncharacteristic mix up in the City defence. Although the wake up call duly registered with the home side, they still had to work hard to get back into the game against a spirited Melbourn side. After 20 minutes Yas Crow was on hand to score the equaliser and five minutes later she completed a quick fire brace following a good solo run down the right, eventually turning inside and smashing home with a left foot strike from the edge of the box. Soon afterwards, striker Morgan Want was felled in the box and she quickly elected to make amends herself with the penalty. At half time it was 3 - 1 to City.

No sooner had the second half got under way when Katie Stancombe opened up her account with a great strike, which she soon followed up with her second after a solo run. Alex Smith, Morgan Want and Anna Kanz all added further quality goals before Stancombe completed her hat trick and notched City's ninth of the day. The match had started slowly for the home side but during the second half the Lilywhites got into top gear and played some lovely football.

Alex Smith and Katie Crook shared the 'Player of the Match' award.


Under 15s

Cambridge City 8 : 3 St Ives


Under 14s

The under 14s proudly wear their new kit, sponsored by the Coulson Building Group


St Ives 0 : 12 Cambridge City

Having negotiated the road works on the A14, City arrived at the St Ivo Outdoor Centre and were immediately faced with a long walk to find our pitch - which for the girls was a warm up in itself, especially with having no footballs or cones at hand, so the warm up consisted of water bottles in place of cones and a ball kindly borrowed from St Ives.

The game got under way and it soon became apparent that is was going to be a scrappy match, played on a very bobbly pitch. However, Cambridge still stuck to playing their passing brand of football and took the lead from a great 'one - two' between Kayleigh Peters and Katie Levitt, with Katie slotting the ball home into the bottom corner for 0-1 City. One quickly became two, three, and four with Kayleigh, Jess Fitzpatrick and super sub Maddy McInnes scoring. City continued to try and play their passing game but found St Ives to be tough in the tackling and they always had 2/3 players around the ball whenever City were in possession. The Lilywhites continued to work the ball into space for wingers Katie & Jess F to set up goals for Kayleigh & Maddy with two great balls for two great finishes; then a fine individual goal was scored by Jess F, who, after twisting and turning past three defenders she got a well deserved goal before Katie got her second and Maddy completed her hat-trick. At halftime the visitors were nine goals to the good without conceding.

The half time team talk from the manager was about challenging the players and asked that when defending, City could choose to play the ball back to goal keeper Rachel Barker who then plays the ball wide and then either play down the flanks or come back into the middle and then switch play. To their credit, the 2nd half started well and the girls did exactly what was asked of them, but City found it tough to break down the hard working St Ives team and it took 15 mins into the 2nd period for City to score again, with Maddy scoring her 4th of the game after great link up play from Yael Benjamin. It became more difficult to play and the visitors lost Jess W to injury which upset our tempo a bit but we finally made our dominance pay off with a great 20 yard strike from Tiana Walker and a smart finish from Katie, again into the bottom corner. The final whistle went with the final score finishing St Ives 0 Cambridge City 12. Player of the match went to Kayleigh Peters for her superb all round performance and 2 goals - well done Kayleigh. A great team performance today. Well done to all the girls.

The team would also like to say a massive thank you to our chairman Sid Cullum and to the Coulson Group for their kind sponsorship of the new kit. They all looked very smart.


Under 13s(A)

Newmarket Town Youth 1 : 11 Cambridge City


Under 13s(B)

Melbourn Dynamos 1 : 8 Cambridge City


Under 11s

Cambridge City v Swavesey

City have just played back to back league games against Swavesey and with their consistent performances, displaying lots of movement and space created, this further evidences the development that the team has made so far this season. Excellent progress.

City under 11s enjoying the Futsal Festival


Futsal tournament
Double delight for the under 11 Girls at the Cambs FA Futsal tournament today (Sunday) as City entered 2 sides and claimed the 1-2 with Jack and Kevin taking the two sides to the top. Quality passing and some great skill shown by all topped off a great morning for the coaches and the players.

It was a busy, but very enjoyable weekend for the under 11s!


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