NWGFL round-up: Sprowston Ladies top table after North Walsham Angels win
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Sprowston Ladies lead Division One of the Norfolk & Women's Girls League after a 4-2 win over North Walsham Ladies at the weekend.
Sprowston sit top of the tree thanks to their victory although North Walsham Angels made them battle hard thanks to goals from Hannah Sturman and Hope Middleton.
In the other match in Division One Bungay Town came from 3-1 down to end up winning the match 4-3.
Bungay dominated possession in the first period but it was Gorleston that swept into a 3-0 lead thanks to goals from Millie Brooks, Leanne Muffett and Bethany Turner.
Becky Hills managed to pull a goal back for the visitors just before half-time though.
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It proved to be the turning point and Bungay were the better team in the second period. They gradually reeled Gorleston in with goals coming from Emily Leach, another for Becky Hills and a Selina Rowland header from a corner.
A great battle by the Bungay side who didn't let their heads drop - with young Teo Ille and Selina Rowland controlling the midfield.
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In the seven-a-side division Helleson Ladies claimed their second win of the season thanks to a 3-0 win at Harleston Ladies.
The Belles started confidently, knocking the ball around from back to front and early pressure paid off with Katy Pointer battling through to hit the back of the net and make it 1-0.
Helen Finn then went close before Pointer almost got on the end of a good cross from Helena Baker. Harleston rallied towards the end of the first half but Hellesdon held firm.
The Belles managed to double their lead when Finn provided a nice assist for Pointer to score her second of the match.
The visitors had the bit between their teeth and Pointer came close to completing her hat-trick but Leire completed the scoring late on to make it 3-0.
Briston Wanderers Ladies lead the way in the seven-a-side league though as they hammered Red Rose Ladies 8-0 thanks to goals from Stacey High (two), Megan Skinner (two), Emma Talmadge (two), Georgia McEwan and an own goal.