Another great Day for striker Kimmilee
West Ham United 8 Assandun Vikings Girls FC 1 A HAT-TRICK from Kimmilee Day helped West Ham Ladies under-16s to a comfortable win at the weekend. From the start, West Ham s passing game proved too much for the Assandun. Time after time they passed the b
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Assandun Vikings Girls FC 1
A HAT-TRICK from Kimmilee Day helped West Ham Ladies under-16s to a comfortable win at the weekend.
From the start, West Ham's passing game proved too much for the Assandun.
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Time after time they passed the ball from back to front with confidence, ending with different players on the ball in front of goal and an assortment of different goal scorers.
Amy Cooley was named player of the match for a fine display.
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West Ham: L Picton, Baldwin, Broadstock, Trimby, Reed, Bottom, Feltham, Cockle, Abela, Cooley, Day. Subs: F Picton, Keown, Foster.
Tottenham Hotspur 6 West Ham United 4
IN A thrilling, friendly encounter, Spurs under-14s just got the better of a battling West Ham under-14s.
Spurs raced to a three-goal lead, which they held comfortably until the break.
Dannielle Robertson struck twice to reduce the arrears, however the momentum of the game swung again when Tottenham made it four.
Robertson struck twice more to complete an excellent day for her, but Spurs were too strong and held out for victory.
West Ham: Williams, S Mitchell, Kershaw, M Mitchell, Beard, Hayes, Houlihan, Gullefer, Coo, Miller, Robertson, McLean, Sawyer, Dallas, Wilson.
Tigers 1 West Ham 2
West Ham under-11s put in a solid performance to narrowly overcome Tigers at the weekend.
The Hammers opened the scoring in the 12th minute through Charlotte Devlin and doubled their lead through the same player 10 minutes later.
Tigers, however, showed their fighting spirit, scoring seven minutes into the second half through Randall, but it was not enough as the visitors held on for the win.
Tigers: Murphy, Brooks, Frost, King, Randall, Smith, Stubbs, Triggs, Wallace, Wells.
West Ham: Perry, Woolgrove, Durrance, Stokes, Patten, Devlin, Browne, Carvell, Blaize, Gough.
West Ham 2 LTD 2
DESPITE going two goals ahead, West Ham could only draw with LTD at the weekend.
Amber Amey gave the hosts the lead with a thumping strike, before Mollie Rose doubled the score.
LTD, however, took full advantage of the strong wind and struck back twice in the second period to earn a share of the spoils.
West Ham: Amber, Bland, Hill, Hodges, Richards, Rose, Martin,Peverill, Stillitoe.
Subs: Alford, Harvey, Jameson, Hopkins.
Pro-star 3 Jets 2
JAKE HOLLAND grabbed a brilliant double to seal the points for Pro-Star under-13s in a frantic top-of-the-table clash.
Jets went ahead with a penalty, but Nathern Ellis pounced to stab home from close range and level the scores.
Holland put Pro-Star 2-1 up early in the second half, only for Jets to level the scores.
The youngster then put the result beyond doubt, with a low shot to take his tally to 16 for the season.
Pro-star: Grisolia, Taylor, Thomas, Lambert, Dike, Jacobbs, Costello, Holland, Harris, Deans, Olusanjo, Peter, Hyjas, Nicholls, Ellis.
Pro-Star 2 Harold Hill 1
PRO-STAR under-14s fought back from a goal down to claim three vital points at the weekend.
The visitors took the lead before Daniel Xavier-Samuel struck back.
Pro-Star had a goal disallowed, but Ahron Tomlin scored a late winner.
Pro-Star: Parkinson, Nesbitt, Gaye, Lalgie, Cooper, Reffel, Mullins, Kapuku-Bwabwa, Lawther, Pond, Whitnell, Tomlin, Xavier-Samuel, Cleere, Domi.
Tigars 1 Senrab 4
SENRAB under-13s registered a flattering victory to defeat Tigers.
The first half was dominated by Senrab, who took the lead through Jordan Wellington-Emil, before Elliot Brown scored his first goal for the club.
The second half, however, was a different story, with Tigers piling on all the pressure.
Wellington-Emile then broke against the run of play to make it 3-0, but Tigers then pulled one back, before Wellington-Emile completed his hat-trick.
Senrab: Hession, Collier, Sesay, Bader, White, Brown, Croxford, Edgar, Smallwood, Kizza, Wellington-Emile, Matthews, Naji, Harris, Nimoh-Badu, Elliman.
Pro-Star 0 Byron Red Star 1
PRO-STAR under-10s failed to make their chances count as they lost to Byron.
The match remained scoreless at half-time thanks to some good saves from both keepers.
Byron took the lead early in the second half, but poor finishing cost the home side. Man of the match was Darien Thomas.