Five-star performance from Walden thirds
Bourne Ladies 0 Saffron Walden thirds 5 Saffron Walden Ladies thirds put in a strong performance to return from Bourne with the victory on Saturday. Walden attacked well down the right with a cross from Tilly Sleven finding Charlotte Wisbey ready to sl
Bourne Ladies 0
Saffron Walden thirds 5
Saffron Walden Ladies thirds put in a strong performance to return from Bourne with the victory on Saturday.
Walden attacked well down the right with a cross from Tilly Sleven finding Charlotte Wisbey ready to slot in the first goal.
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They doubled their lead when Pippa George capitalised on a defensive mistake and fired in the second goal.
Charlotte Huson's persistence paid off and she scored the third goal in open play.
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Wisbey scored her second and fourth goal for Walden and captain Chris Price finished off the scoring with a cracking hit into the far corner.
# Saffron Walden Ladies first team's match at home to Stevenage was abandoned at half-time due to a waterlogged pitch while the men's first team's game against Croystx was also abandoned.
Dunmow II 1
University of Essex II 1
Dunmow seconds earned a hard-fought point against the league leaders from a match played in horrendous conditions.
The home side survived an early onslaught before creating chances on the counter attack for Farr and Taylor.
However, the Dunmow defence succumbed to a goal mouth scramble just before half-time.
The hosts equalised mid-way through the second half when an Owers short corner found Menhenick whose shot deflected past the keeper.
Although the wind and rain saw chances at a premium, the Dunmow midfield of Buntain and Chatt worked hard to see off any danger.
Meanwhile Dunmow first team secured a 4-2 victory over Southend seconds.