Monday, 26 March 2012

Backwell clinch the championship thanks to their super-sub Amelia

LONGWELL Green Girls Under-13s clinched the league title in dramatic fashion with a 2-1 away victory over Backwell Athletic.

They went into the match knowing that only three points would overhaul second-placed Bromley Heath Girls, who eased to a 4-1 away success against bottom side Frampton Rangers.

After a goalless first half, the all-important breakthrough came when Abbie Woodley picked up possession in midfield and used her skill and strength to beat three opponents before sending a superb dipping shot into the net.

Longwell continued to pile on the pressure, with Jordan Putterill, Becki Sullivan, Louisa O'Hare and Abbie Woodley creating chances for Bella Wherry-Alimo, Anisa House and Amelia Graham. But it was substitute Amelia Fowles who clinched victory. She came on for Putterill and immediately headed home a left-wing corner from O'Hare.

Backwell managed to break through a tired Longwell defence to score late on, but the jubilant hosts held on for title victory.

Amelia Mathews, Reanna Nutland, Lauren Green and Evie Dorrington also played their parts on a famous day for Longwell.

Bromley Heath had to settle for runners-up spot, a point behind, despite their victory over Frampton.

Frampton took a surprise lead, but goals from Chloe Fuller, Jess Jefferies, Lauren Penny and Rhiannon Fowler secured Heath's win.

Paige Botta, Lauren Chaplin, Nat Lewis, Rosie Williams, Ellie Todd, Maddison Buss, Jefferies, Fowler, Fuller and Penny all had excellent games.

Mendip Girls Under-14s had a little too much in the end for brave Brislington as they secured a 4-2 away win.

A Laura Hearn goal for Mendip was the only difference between two even teams in the first half.

After the break, a Mia Williams brace, from two Ellie Bidgood assists, put Brislington in front, only for Hearn to level the scores with a fantastic header from Amy Clark's corner. Clark then netted direct from a corner before Chloe Williams sealed the win for Mendip.

Bristol Rovers JSC Under-11s are off the mark at last after winning 2-0 at AEK Boco to register a deserved first win of the season. Hermione Russell was magnificent in midfield and her tireless work-rate was rewarded when she gave Rovers the lead.

Her team dominated possession against a hard-working Boco side and player-of-the-match Phoebe Hird added a second goal to seal the three points.

Triplets Hannah Price (4), Sophie Price (2) and Madison Price all scored as Lawrence Weston Colts Under-11s raced to a 7-1 victory over Longwell Green.

After Hannah had opened the scoring in the first few minutes, Colts were always in control, with Charity Morris, Emma Anderson and Madison Wickings performing superbly at the back and Abigail Price, Molly Bosa and Mia Reed all playing their parts.

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