Darrell Allen provides his weekly round-up of all the women’s football action in Norfolk, including the county’s seven-a-side action (16/5/23).
Above: Frances Peeling (blue shirt) battling hard in King’s Lynn Town’s 5-0 defeat to AFC Sudbury at The Walks. Photo: Richard Brown.
Eastern Region Premier Division
In their final game of the season, Wroxham were 3-0 winners over Royston Town. Hannah Waters scored a hat-trick to round off an encouraging end to the season for Joe Simpson’s team which saw them achieve a sixth-place finish.
Not such a happy final day for King’s Lynn Town who were beaten 5-0 at home by AFC Sudbury – a victory that confirmed the league title for them. Sophie Jeffery scored a brace with the other goals for the visitors coming from Miagh Downey, Holly Kennard, and Ashtyn Newley.
Norfolk Women and Girls’ League Cup Final
Dussindale and Hellesdon beat the University of East Anglia 5-1 to win the Norfolk Women and Girls League Cup. Victoria Leyer, Georgina Belton, Abbi Nobbs, Phoebe Green, and Abby Hutchin got the goals with Ella Burnley scoring for UEA.
Norfolk Women and Girls’ Plate Cup Final
In an all-Mulbarton Belles affair, Mulbarton Belles First XI defeated Mulbarton Belles Development 6-0. Rebekah Lake scored four, with Sophie Jermy and Laura Hedtke adding one each.
Norfolk Women and Girls Sevens Cup Final
Another title for Mulbarton Belles as they defeated Taverham 1-0 thanks to a goal from Alice Ladbrooke.
Norfolk Women and Girls’ League Division One
Bungay Town and Caister played out a thrilling 3-3 draw at Maltings Meadow. Zoe Cossey hit the back of the net twice for Bungay with Lauren Goulder getting the other. Leah Brown, Ellie Hills, and Ellie Blaxell got the Caister goals.
Norfolk Women and Girls’ League Division Two
King’s Lynn Soccer Club won 3-1 at North Walsham Town – Jordan Turner scoring two and Viktorija Burkauskaite one. Kiera Brown was North Walsham Town’s goalscorer.
A Lacey Andrews hat-trick saw Shrublands beat Horsford 3-2, with Horsford’s goals coming from Maisie Nichols and Tilly Thrower.