Watford Ladies FC had a strong showing in the Junior Premier League this weekend with a convincing 6-nil win for the U16 Warriors away to QPR.
The Watford team, confident in possession, created plenty of chances. Chloe Timms was on fire, scoring four of the goals, with Tiana McKenzie-David and Mia Gregory also getting in on the action.
The team were steadfast in defence, with fine performances from Player of the Match Emie Martin and keeper Abby Syphas who did not allow QPR to get a foothold in the game.
The U12 Warriors travelled to Surrey to take on Woking FC Girls, running out 7-3 winners. The Watford team were deserving of their victory, dominating possession with a strong pressing game. There were two goals each for Isla O’Sullivan and Ameilia Mariappa, while Shira Oren, Zoe Wright and Betty Bellis also found the back of the net.
It was a good day for the U16s in the Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League with the U16 Hornets putting in a solid performance against Goffs Oak Girls FC. A first half hattrick by Aimee O’Malley and a second goal of the season from Jess Wright saw the Hornets ease to a 4-nil win.
And Watford’s U16 Harts won by the same score away to Hillingdon Abbots with Alicia Jackson netting all four goals.
The U13 Harts built on last week’s success with a 5-1 home defeat of Ickenham Youth FC.
WLFC’s Technical Director Daniele Denyer was happy with the results: “We’ve had excellent performances across the leagues. The Club is thriving on all levels – from development through to elite.”
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