Cup KO for 'Sett but Hearts top
HETHERSETT Athletic Ladies put in a good performance, but bowed out of the Norfolk and Suffolk Cup as they went down 3-2 to a strong Ipswich Town side.
HETHERSETT Athletic Ladies put in a good performance, but bowed out of the Norfolk and Suffolk Cup as they went down 3-2 to a strong Ipswich Town side. Both Hethersett goals came from Grace Birchall. Hethersett can now concentrate on their attempts at a league and League Cup double. They re-start their league campaign with a tough away fixture this Sunday at Cambridge University. The Uni side have quietly climbed their way to the top of the Eastern Region Premier Division with a number of wins in a row. Any one of six sides, including Hethersett, are still in with a realistic chance of the title, which is likely to go to the team showing the most consistency over the second half of the season.
HETHERSETT Ladies Hearts remain unbeaten and top of the Norfolk Women's League Second Division after playing some of their best football of the season to beat Hemsby 5-0 away from home. Lisa Ferdani was playing her first game for the club for 12 weeks following a nasty injury and Becs Codling put in her best performance to date to score twice. Hannah Waters hit yet another hat-trick to take her tally for the season to 59.
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HETHERSETT Athletic Girls U14 visited Spixworth and put in another sparkling performance to win 9-1. Both sides created chances early on but Hethersett gradually got control of midfield and Ella Stephenson fired home following a corner. Adelaide Mott made it two and then Sophie Rock ran from the halfway line to add a third before adding another to make it 4-0 at half-time. Spixworth pulled a goal back in the second half but Hethersett were soon rampant again, with Sophie Rock scoring two more to take her tally for the match to four. Other Hethersett goals came from Ella Stephenson, Adelaide Mott and Lisa Miners.
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