Emily runs the show
Huntingdon Ladies GOALS from captain Joan Griffiths, Jacqui O Neill and a brace from Emily Drinkwater saw Huntingdon to a 4-0 win at St Ives II. Huntingdon s defence was tested early on but they gradually stepped up the pace to take control. Tireless ru
GOALS from captain Joan Griffiths, Jacqui O'Neill and a brace from Emily Drinkwater saw Huntingdon to a 4-0 win at St Ives II.
Huntingdon's defence was tested early on but they gradually stepped up the pace to take control.
Tireless running from Drinkwater and a strong performance from Pam Begg earned them joint player of the match honours.
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St Ives Ladies
A CRUCIAL late strike from player of the match Julie Drummond earned Saints their first win since mid-October - a 2-1 victory at Norwich City.
- 1 See photos of the intricate final stages of the Huntingdon Viaduct removal
- 2 Award for teenager's bravery after losing his sight
- 3 HGV crashes into car damaged in earlier incident
- 4 St Neots murder to feature in 24 Hours in Police Custody
- 5 Station hub will "breathe new life" into Huntingdon
- 6 Market demand leads to a reduction in Alconbury homes
- 7 Caravan wedged under Fens rail bridge
- 8 Man, 20, rapes woman as she slept, court told
- 9 Father-of-five murdered due to 'drug deal dispute gone wrong'
- 10 Numerous Huntingdon High Street shops shut due to flooding
Mel Wood gave St Ives the lead early on from the penalty spot but Norwich equalised shortly before half-time.
Victory came four minutes from the end when Drummond slotted home.
St Neots Ladies
SOME absent players restricted St Neots II's options as they drew 1-1 at Berkhamstead & Hemel.
A youthful side acquitted themselves admirably and Corinne Henson gave her side the lead shortly before half-time when she converted a Fiona Humphrey flick but the home side soon equalised.
An exciting contest saw table-topping St Neots III lose by the odd goal in seven at Blueharts II. Chris Deeks opened the scoring before Charlie Gillam and Tegan Jolly each netted to put Saints 3-1 up but home side Blueharts forced a succession of short corners to claim the win.