Danni’s deadly double downs Dons
West Ham 2 AFC Wimbledon 1 WEST HAM under-16s hotshot Danni Robertson bagged two goals to clinch victory for her side over AFC Wimbledon. The hosts were punished for a sluggish start when they fell a goal behind midway through the first half. On the hou
West Ham 2 AFC Wimbledon 1
WEST HAM under-16s' hotshot Danni Robertson bagged two goals to clinch victory for her side over AFC Wimbledon.
The hosts were punished for a sluggish start when they fell a goal behind midway through the first half.
On the hour mark the Hammers were level through a stunning 20-yard strike from Robertson. Five minutes later Shadai Miller set up Robertson for the winner.
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West Ham: L Picton, Mitchell, Reed, Trimby, F Picton, Miller, Houlihan, Parlane, Abela, Lipley-Hinton, Robertson. Subs: Cook, Kershaw Foster.
Bohemians 0 West Ham 4
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TWO fine goals from Gemma Abela capped an impressive four-goal demolition of Bohemians by West Ham under-16s.
The Hammers broke the deadlock on the half hour mark when Zoe Lipley-Hinton rippled the net.
Abela curled home a stunning free kick to double the lead, before Shadai Miller and Abela again sealed the win.
West Ham: F Picton, Mitchell, Reed, Trimby, Abela, Miller, Houlihan, Parlane, Lipley-Hinton, Robertson, McLean. Subs: Huggins.
West Ham 4 Brentwood 2
WEST HAM under-14s survived a Brentwood fightback to secure a 4-2 victory.
The Hammers were the first to draw blood, with goals from Chelsea Martin and Eliz Ibrahim.
Mollie Rose made it 3-0 after the break, but two quick-fire goals from the visitors threatened to spoil West Ham's party. Martin made sure of victory, though, with her second goal.
West Ham: Hodges, Bland, Hill, Martin, McLean, Beard, Ibrahim, Sillitoe, Richards. Subs: Williams, Perverill, Rose, Gullefer, Sawyer.
West Ham 2 Tottenham 2
WEST HAM under-10s came from behind to claim a draw against Tottenham.
The visitors stormed into a two-goal lead in the first half, but the Hammers fought back and Morgan Ferguson struck twice to level the scores.