Five alive ladies too strong for Hemel
Hemel Hempstead 2 West Ham 5 AFTER a minute of silence for remembrance day, West Ham under-19 development squad made short work of Hemel Hempstead. Jo Gigg opened the scoring early on, while the back four of Becky Broadstock, Enya Lynch, Alex Colley and S
Hemel Hempstead 2
West Ham 5
AFTER a minute of silence for remembrance day, West Ham under-19 development squad made short work of Hemel Hempstead.
Jo Gigg opened the scoring early on, while the back four of Becky Broadstock, Enya Lynch, Alex Colley and Stavailia Panayiorou defended resolutely to keep the slender lead.
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It was 2-0 thanks to Lucy Wyatt's strike, while goalkeeper Helena Brodie made a fantastic save, before Maddie Thomas netted the third.
Hemel pulled one back after the break, but Thomas drilled home her second to make it 4-1.
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The hosts converted a penalty, before Crystal Trott finished the scoring.
West Ham: Brodie, Broadstock, Lynch, Colley, Panayiorou, Gigg, Cooley, Dalton, Bottom, Thomas, Wyatt. Subs: Baldwin, Cockle, Feltham, Trott.
THE under-19s also defeated Manford Way 4-0 last weekend thanks to Lucy Wyatt's hat-trick and Maddie Thomas' goal.
West Ham Ladies 13 Writtle Minors 1
WEST HAM under-16s ran riot against under-strength Writtle Minors.
Faye Cook and Dannielle Robertson both scored hat-tricks, Leigh Houlihan bagged a brace and there were strikes from Gemma Abela, Zoe Lipley-Hinton, Naomi Hayes, Samantha Mitchell, Sophie Reed and Gemma Abela.
West Ham: L Picton, Mitchell, Trimby, Reed, Kershaw, Cook, Houlihan, Abela, Robertson, Lipley-Hinton.
West Ham Ladies 3 Tigers 0
A 3-0 scoreline flattered West Ham under-12s as they struggled to beat a spirited Tigers side.
Lotte Wubben-Moy, Aleah Headley and Ocean Lewis grabbed the goals for the Hammers.
West Ham: Perry, Kiely, Blaize, Durrance, Lewis, Devlin, Browne, Webster, Wubben-Moy. Subs: Patten, Woolgrove, Stokes, Sumpter.
West Ham Ladies 2 Loass 0
WEST HAM under-10s battled to a 2-0 win over Loass.
Madi O'Conner and Grace Hill scored the decisive goals for the Hammers and Sini Kanto was named player of the match.
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Senrab A 3 Prostar 0
WITH the scoreline blank at the break, the introduction of Rauf Kizza changed the game in Senrab under-14's favour on Sunday.
His influence rubbed off on the rest of his team, as Oliver Edgar set up Jordan Wellington-Emile to open the scoring.
The duo linked up again 10 minutes later as Wellington-Emile doubled their lead.
Prostar also created chances, but found stiff resistance in the shape of Senrab keeper Bradley Hession, who made three excellent saves.
The deadly Wellington-Emile completed his hat-trick to wrap up the contest.
Senrab: Hession, Matthews, Sesay, Whitnell, Elliman, White, Edgar, Crixfirdm Smallwood, Harris, Wellington-Emile, Nimoh-Badu, Arewa, Kizza, Collier.
Xcel A 0 Senrab A 1
Senrab under-13s A came out on top in a close game at The Elmbridge Club on Sunday with Myer Chuckwu-Onu scoring the only goal of the game.
Berkcan Belindir was named man of the match for the visitors after an impressive overall display.
Senrab: Shepherd-Bowman, Green-Wilson, Toussaint, Pinto, Duarte, St. Rose, Faal, Chuckwu-Onu, Kabashi, Adubafour, Okojie, Belindir, Rixon, Mici, Mapp, Buckingham, Ouriaghli, James, Fox.