Den­ham bow out at home with stylish win

Harefield Gazette - - SPORT -

DEN­HAM United Ladies’ U13s fin­ished their fi­nal home game of the sea­son in scin­til­lat­ing style with an 11-1 win over Bed­well Rangers.

Melissa Asavoaie set the tone early on as she opened the scor­ing fol­low­ing a smart move straight from kick-off.

The lead and Asavoaie’s per­sonal tally were soon dou­bled when she added a great fin­ish from out­side the box, be­fore Mayze O’Ma­honey made it 3-0.

Katie Gavin’s se­cond goal of the sea­son made it 4-0 be­fore Den­ham’s fi­nal goal of the first half was ri­fled in by El­lie Wright.

Whole­sale changes were made at the be­gin­ning of the se­cond half but it did not af­fect the stan­dard of per­for­mance as Asavoaie scored two quick fire goals to make it 7-0.

O’Ma­honey added her se­cond goal be­fore Bed­well pulled back a con­so­la­tion to make it 8-1.

Abby Wood­bury ex­tended the lead with a fine in­di­vid­ual ef­fort be­fore Lau­ren Clarke tapped in to make it 10-1.

Player of the match Frankie Gil­ham then scored her first goal for the club to en­sure an im­pres­sive 11-1 fi­nal score­line.

The U15s also claimed a high scor­ing vic­tory as they beat Rush­moor Saints 8-1 in the Sur­rey League Cup semi fi­nal.

The U15s have not yet lost this sea­son and were in no mood for com­pla­cency when Char­lotte Par­rett opened the scor­ing af­ter 10 min­utes.

Fur­ther first-half goals from Kayleigh Cur­rivan, Katie Akerman and An­nie Walsh saw the U15s lead 4-0 at half-time.

Cur­rivan bagged her se­cond af­ter the break, as did Akerman, with Yas­min Gar­cia also find­ing the back of the net.

Rush­moor man­aged a con­so­la­tion goal, but Akerman was on hand to com­plete an im­pres­sive hat-trick to make it 8-1.

The U14s were also suc­cess­ful as they beat old ri­vals Colne Val­ley 6-0 in a friendly.

Alisha Ba­jwa scored a brace, as did Melissa Asavoaie, while Naomi and Jess Fitzger­ald bagged one goal apiece.

Den­ham Re­serves beat Clapham Kicks 3-2 in tough con­di­tions thanks to goals from Joanne Torr, Sarah Har­ri­son and Char­lie-Leigh Dixon, while the U10s lost to a strong Tot­ten­ham side.

Else­where, Sandgate U7s won 7-2 against Foxes Or­anges U7s and the Sandgate U11s also beat Barnes Ea­gles 5-0.

STYLISH: Den­ham United Ladies U13s

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