United give the Saints five of the best in vic­tory

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT -

CHE­SHAM United Ladies got their first points on the board in the FA Women’s Na­tional League Divi­sion 1 South West af­ter a 5-0 win over Southamp­ton Saints.

Che­sham changed their for­ma­tion as Gemma Darvill re­turned to the back line and Kirsty Glad­win was back in the mid­field.

Early on in the game Che­sham set the tone as Gemma Fraser crossed for Glad­win to go close.

Fraser hit an­other shot over and the two sides had a good share of pos­ses­sion, but nei­ther could break the dead­lock by the in­ter­val.

Kat Bow­ers was brought on for Glad­win and on the hour mark Emma Delves fired a shot which was palmed by the Southamp­ton goal­keeper to Tash Smith, who fired across for Emma Beb­bing­ton at the far post to score her first goal for the club.

Bow­ers then gave the vis­i­tors a two goal lead and Fraser quickly added a brace to put Che­sham 4-0 up. With 20 min­utes left Dawne Camp­bell was re­placed by Sarah Hazell, who fin­ished well for Che­sham’s fifth goal.

Up and run­ning in the league, Che­sham have also been drawn against Peterborough United Women in the SSE Women’s FA Cup on Septem­ber 23.

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