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U11 Girls Football

Christmas came early for our U11 girls football team with a well deserved 3-0 win over Gatten & Lake on Friday 14/12. Greenmount took an early lead through a Darcey goal following a great cross field pass from Hettie. With Greenmount putting on the pressure we created numerous chances which went begging until a throw from Hettie found Darcey unmarked in front of goal and she calmly placed the ball into the corner to make it 2-0. Gatten & Lake then had a spell of pressure but our defenders Sophia, Nicole and Charlotte held them at bay and although a spectator for long periods Evie produced some great saves on the rare occasion that the defence was breached. Greenmount scored a third just before half time with a lovely ball into the channel from Ray which Darcey  chased down to score her hat trick and make it 3-0.
HT Greenmount 3-0 Gatten & Lake.
Greenmount again assaulted the G&L goal and forced the GK into making some outstanding saves. The midfield trio of Ray who protected the defence and set up many of our attacks. Hettie who linked the play between forwards and defence and Eliza whose tireless running won back the ball on so many occasions, dominated the game. But despite this G&L fought hard and kept a clean sheet to end the game at 3-0.
FT Greenmount 3-0 Gatten and Lake
” Another strong performance and this time our hard work paid off. Well done girls 3 good goals and great games played by all. We need to see how the other results pan out in our group to see if we progress to the knock out stages. We also have a cup game to play in January. So lots to look forward to!!” Mr. Harris.

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