Three - that's the magic number
St Ives Ladies THREE was the magic number for St Ives as two players scored hat-tricks in a 7-3 friendly defeat of Cambridge City II on Saturday. Kate Slater and Helen Clarke gave Saints a boost going into the resumption of league duties this weekend. Cap
St Ives Ladies
THREE was the magic number for St Ives as two players scored hat-tricks in a 7-3 friendly defeat of Cambridge City II on Saturday.
Kate Slater and Helen Clarke gave Saints a boost going into the resumption of league duties this weekend.
Captain Vicky Leighton, on the eve of her birthday, will have been delighted with her team's display which replicated the form they had shown in the early part of the season.
A fluid team performance saw excellent possession, support play and short, sharp passing outclass the visitors from Cambridge.
St Ives went in 3-1 up at the break thanks to one apiece from the hat-trick heroes and another from Ally Brennan.
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The second half saw some excellent attacking play with Slater and Clarke delighted to complete their hat-tricks and set their side up for the weekend's match against Bourne.
A MISERABLE wet day saw Huntingdon salvage a point against a young visiting Peterborough III. The score was 0-0 at half time but the visitors took the lead early in the second half.
However, the home side continued to battle and some excellent team play gave Kath Perkins the chance to thunder in an equalising goal for Huntingdon. Theresa Jackson was named player of the match for her intelligent defensive performance.