Famous five for Zoe

West Ham 9 Writtle Minors 0 West Ham under-16s swept into the Essex FA County Cup Final with a comprehensive 9-0 semi-final victory over Writtle Minors. The Hammers carved out their first goal inside two minutes with Zoe Lipley-Hinton finding the net. Da

West Ham 9 Writtle Minors 0

West Ham under-16s swept into the Essex FA County Cup Final with a comprehensive 9-0 semi-final victory over Writtle Minors.

The Hammers carved out their first goal inside two minutes with Zoe Lipley-Hinton finding the net.

Danni Robertson added a second, while Lipley-Hinton doubled her tally before half time.


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After the break, Lipley-Hinton scored a second-half hat-trick to bring her total to five goals.

Faye Cook made it seven, before Naomi Hayes and Leigh Houlihan completed the rout.

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Chelmsford 0 West Ham 6

CHELMSFORD were put to the sword by West Ham Ladies under-14s in the semi-final of the County Cup.

Ciara Bland started the goalscoring fest in the second minute and it didn't take long for Chelsea Martin to double the advantage.

The second half saw Martin net her second, Terri Townson added a fourth and Eliz Ibrahim bagged a brace to make it six.

West Ham 1 LTD 2

WEST HAM under-12s' title hopes suffered a huge blow as they lost to league leaders Little Thurrock Dynamos White.

Jaidene Browne broke free from the LTD defence to give the Hammers a half-time lead.

The second half was a disaster as LTD punished a defensive mistake and then struck a late winner.

West Ham 2 Snaresbrook 0

West Ham under-10s made it 11 games unbeaten with an impressive display against Snaresbrook.

The young Hammers battled their way to a 1-0 lead with a scrappy goal from Isobel Mills.

In the second half Maddie O'Connor put the result beyond doubt.

West Ham: Kanto, Smith, Bennett, Mills, T O'Connor, M O'Connor, Hill, Holmes, Ferguson, Barry.

Brentford 0 West Ham 5

Lucy Wyatt claimed a hat-trick as West Ham Ladies Development team put in a five star show against Brentford.

Jo Gigg and Lindsey Cockle were also on target for the Hammers.

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