Bohs teams celebrate success
BOHEMIANS GIRLS U16 took part in the Cambridge FA tournament and won their group without losing a game and only conceding one goal. Highlights were the outstanding performance from Charlotte, who as a result of her display was approached by one of the London clubs for a possible trial.
BOHEMIANS GIRLS U16 took part in the Cambridge FA tournament and won their group without losing a game and only conceding one goal. Highlights were the outstanding performance from Charlotte, who as a result of her display was approached by one of the London clubs for a possible trial. The team met Cambridge in the semi-finals where a close contested match was decided by penalties with Remy making three outstanding saves. In the final they faced Peterborough United and started really well, dominating possession and forcing their keeper into making a couple of excellent saves. The winning goal came from a well-worked move which started from Remy and involved Libby, who had played superbly all day, and Charlotte Eaton, who worked tirelessly, before Sian surged forward and smashed home to give Bohs a thoroughly deserved victory.
BOHEMIANS GIRLS U16 also entered the Stowupland tournament and with no semi-finals the girls knew there was no room for error. In all of their group games the girls played some great football and kept possession extremely well and coupled with some excellent finishing topped their group scoring 15 goals without conceding. In the final the girls faced Stow Falcons who played with everyone behind the ball but some incisive passing and movement opened their defence up and Charlotte Eaton, and the amazing Charlie who the team welcomed back and Megan with one of her trademark runs gave Bohs a comfortable win.
BOHEMIANS GIRLS U15, playing in the very competitive Cambs FA tournament, topped their group, winning all but one of their group games and drawing the other. The girls played some sublime football with Megan being involved in everything and scored one memorable goal which saw her beat three players before rifling home. In the semi-finals Bohs faced Norwich Greens whose game seemed to be to try and catch them on the break as they defended deep and in numbers and despite getting through on goal on several occasions the Greens' goalkeeper was in fine form. Chloe came closest with a header which hit the post.
The game was decided in extra time when Bohs failed to deal with a long punt over the top which was very well finished.
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BOHEMIANS GIRLS U14 also entered the Stowupland tournament and like the U16s progressed to the final with the minimum of fuss. Along the way the girls played some football which belied their age as they dazzled their opponents with their free-flowing football. In the final they faced Copleston and from the start asserted and Nadine, Neneh and Ella gave Bohs a resounding victory to emulate the achievements of the U16s. This was a superb achievement and the football was a pleasure to watch and special mention to Natalie who is such a complete footballer.