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Ladies and Girls weekly round up (20)
Posted by Debbie Mosley
Feb 6, 2018, 21:35

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Newmarket Ladies 2 : 1 Cambridge City

After playing very well and taking a deserved first half lead through Bella Simmons, City were unlucky to concede a couple of second half goals to the hosts, meaning that all three points were to end up in the pockets of the Suffolk team. To the impartial observer, City could be deemed very unlucky and certainly should have come away with something, but like they say.....'that's football'

Under 15s

Priory Parkside 0 : 4 Cambridge City

City came home from St Neots with three more valuable away points which further highlights their intentions come the end of the season. The top of the table is developing nicely into a three horse race between City, Burwell and St Ives. A brace from Aime Fullwood and a goal a piece from Issy Bryant and Jess Douglas was enough to see off Priory Parkside. A good overall display from the Lilywhites, with Ceri Flye named Player of the Match.

Under 13s(A)



Cambourne United Blacks 1 : 9 Cambridge City (Cup)

Cambourne played hosts for this league cup semi final encounter. Although small for a 9 v 9 match, the pitch was to hold up well considering the amount of rain we've had of late. The two teams met a couple of weeks ago in the league where City edged a narrow 2-1 victory, so they were fully prepared for a challenging duel this time round too.

For the first ten minutes or so it looked like a pretty even game, but as time pressed on, the visitors became more comfortable on the ball and the game was increasingly being played in the Cambourne half. City were soon to break the deadlock and by half time they had a comfortable lead. The second half very much belonged to the Lilywhites and they were to end up comfortable winners and safely booked their place in the final, where they will now face Coton on a date to be confirmed. Credit must go to Cambourne too though, who kept going right to the very end and it was evident that they clearly enjoy playing their football. Well done to both teams.

Under 13s(B)

ICA Sports (Peterborough) 1 : 1 Cambridge City

A share of the points was City's reward for the long trek to Peterborough. Both goals came in the first half, with Sara Dogan finding the net for City. It was a well fought out contest in wet and cold conditions. Player of the Match went to Evie White

Under 12s

Cambridge City 5 : 0 St Ives Rangers

City under 12s welcomed St Ives to Netherhall on Saturday and it was the hosts who were in commanding mood. Four second half goals added to one in the first half meaning that City leap frogged their opponents in the league and now occupy third spot. The girls finding the net for City were: Erin Burling x 2, Emily White x 2 and one from Lucy Short.

Under 11s

Milton v Cambridge City

With a full squad, City travelled the short distance across town to Milton on the back of their cup quarter final success at March last week.
The Lilywhites showed dominance from the start, forcing the home side to defend for nearly the whole 50 minutes. Some excellent goals and defending meant City continued their impressive 17/18 campaign and now look forward to a friendly against Cherry Hinton Lions U10s next Saturday.

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