Dry­burgh on goal trail once again

Evening Telegraph (First Edition) - - Uk World Today -

THERE was an­other great week­end of foot­ball for Dry­burgh Girls.

It started with Dry­burgh U/12s win­ning 9-0 away to Mon­trose on Satur­day at Kenny Park.

Dry­burgh coach Paul John­stone com­mented: “The girls were bril­liant. Their pass­ing was crisp and sharp and they took their goals well

“Their com­bi­na­tion play was good and it was very pleas­ing to see El­lie and Jemma get their first goals for the team. All round I thought it was a great team show­ing.”

Ab­bie Fen­der net­ted a hat-trick and Jess An­der­son, El­lis Cairn­cross, El­lie Craig, Mariama Bayo and Jemma John­stone also scored.

Dry­burgh U/13s won 10-1 at Ar­broath CSC.

Head coach Ryan Hur­rell said: “It was a re­ally good team per­for­mance. The girls moved the ball well.

“Keeper Ab­bie Reid didn’t see too much of the ball but when called into ac­tion she did well.

“The goal of the game came from Mol­lie Howett who scored an ab­so­lute cracker from 30 yards.”

Teighan Milne net­ted a hat-trick and Olivia Hur­rell, Mol­lie Howett, Heather Carr, Skye Mid­dle­ton, Lily Hughes and So­phie McFadyen also net­ted.

Dry­burgh U/15s weren’t so for­tu­nate as they were edged out 3-2 by Letham at Lochee Park.

The sides were evenly matched for much of the game.

The Dry­burgh girls cre­ated nu­mer­ous chances but found the Letham keeper in fine form.

The im­pres­sive Deon Hamil­ton scored both ’Burgh goals.

Dry­burgh U/17s got back to win­ning ways with an ac­com­plished per­for­mance away to Mon­trose, win­ning 9-0.

The girls did well, play­ing good pass­ing foot­ball in very windy con­di­tions. And they cre­ated nu­mer­ous chances through­out the game.

The fix­ture saw Dry­burgh U/15s keeper Sarah McIn­tosh make her U/17s de­but and she did very well.

She had one es­pe­cially crack­ing save from a free- kick.

Credit to Mon­trose, who never gave up. They tried very hard un­til the fi­nal whis­tle.

Dry­burgh goalscor­ers were Nyla Mur­phy with four, while Amy Healey, Gabrielle Watt, Amy Reilly, Neve Guthrie and Katie Shaw scored.

Dry­burgh Girls are still re­cruit­ing new play­ers for their U/9s & U/11s. Any­one in­ter­ested should con­tact dry­burgh girls@gmail.com for more info.

Top and right – Dry­burgh U/15s (wine tops) lost 3-2 to Letham in an en­ter­tain­ing en­counter at Lochee Park.

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