Five-goal blast sees Den­ham hit back in style in Suf­folk

Harefield Gazette - - SPORT -

UNITED proved come­back kings as they won on their trav­els at Low­est­oft on Sun­day.

The jour­ney looked des­tined to be fruit­less when the Ladies trailed 2-0 early in the sec­ond half but An­nie He­witt and Nat Mur­ray had other ideas, each hit­ting quick-fire dou­bles, and with Aimee Durn also get­ting in on the act as Den­ham came home with a 5-2 win.

The un­der-16s made full use of a player ad­van­tage as they thrashed Rush­moor Saints 8-2. The hosts could only field 10 and An­nie Walsh soon had Den­ham 2-0 up with head­ers from Char­lotte Par­rett cor­ners

Alketa Rragami then hit a dou­ble of her own be­fore Jessica Stick­ley, Ju­lia Thu­rauf, Mad­die Vil­day and par­ents’ player of the match Par­rett added to the tally.

The U9s made a win­ning start to life in the Hert­ford­shire League against Berkham­stead Mer­cu­ri­als, with Grace Bar­rell, Chelsea-Rose Keary, Ge­or­giana Ro­han, Sara Sharma and Harpriya Ba­jwa all amongst the goals, but the U15s were beaten for the first time this sea­son as they went down 3-0 to Wat­ford Hor­nets de­spite out­stand- ing dis­plays from Holly Sy­mons and Ge­or­gia Knott.

The U13s were miss­ing a trio of key play­ers due to ill­ness as they lost 1-0 to St Mar­garets­bury, while the U11 Wil­cats were even more de­pleted for their game at Sut­ton United where they found the home keeper un­beat­able.

Chloe Beck­with’s goal wasn’t enough for the U12s as they lost 2-1 to Pro Di­rect and Amelia Franklin was on tar­get for the U10s as they lost to Garston Leop­ards.

NO MERCY: Den­ham U16s thrashed Rush­moor Saints 8-2.

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