Half-time talk does the trick for United

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT -

A HALF-time rol­lock­ing did the trick as Che­sham United Ladies turned on the style in the se­cond half to ham­mer Fleet 6-2 on Sun­day.

Gemma Fraser and Katie Squire had given the hosts a two-goal cush­ion, but poor de­fend­ing al­lowed Fleet to draw level be­fore Fraser struck again to at least soften the car­pet­ing. Squire added her se­cond, her 20th of the sea­son, to set­tle the nerves af­ter the break, be­fore Dawne Camp­bell bun­dled home a Kat Bow­ers free kick to seal the vic­tory, but Che­sham saved the best for last as a de­light­ful move in­volv­ing Livvi Har­ris and Kirsty Im­rie was fin­ished by Vicky Smyth.

The U18s went down 4-3 to a last­minute Ayles­bury win­ner, de­spite two goals from player of the match Sarah Hazel and an­other from Sarah Jack­son, while the U13s be­came the first side to take a point off MK City this sea­son in a goal­less draw.

A brace from star player Lidia Nieder­tubbesing-Lopez, plus fur­ther strikes from Bex Carter and Han­nah Cow­ley, saw the U15 Clarets win 4-2 at Ox­ford City, de­spite hav­ing just the bare 11 avail­able, but the U15 Blues went down 10-2 at Ris­bor­ough (Jodie Ped­der, Chloe Turner).

Player of the match Mia Nieboer hit a hat-trick as the U12s beat Winslow 5-1, with Ella Boothroyd bag­ging the other two, while Lily Goff was also cel­e­brat­ing a hat-trick as the U9s beat Penn & Tylers.

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