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Match Report

    

7.30pm Wednesday 11th March 2015

Greater Manchester Women's League, League Cup

Abraham Moss High School, Crescent road, Crumpsall, Manchester, M8 5UF


FCUM Women

11 - 0

Reddish North End

 

Attendance: 35

FCUM Women 11

Reddish North End 0



Attendance: 35
Match Report

FC United, pooled in a group with Reddish North End and Heyside Ladies for this season’s Division 1 League Cup, kicked off their group with a comprehensive 11-0 victory over Reddish at a fog bound Abraham Moss Centre last Wednesday. Credit to both teams, the referee and hardy supporters for braving the extreme conditions

First half goals in the gloom included a hat trick from Kirsty Chambers keeping up her record of scoring in the last seven games and her third goal on the stroke of half time represented the team’s 300th in not quite three seasons. Amy Battel bursting from defence at every opportunity notched a brace and a stooping header from Adora Yau and the first of her hat-trick from Feiruz Abdullahi completed the first half tally. The second half was an increasingly bitty affair, not helped by the conditions, but the Reds managed a further four goals without reply courtesy of a brace each for strikers Feiruz Abdullahi and Shellby Wolstencroft.

In all, a comprehensive start to group stage of this year’s Division 1 League Cup and next up is Heyside on Wednesday 18 March (tonight) with a 7.30pm kick off at Abraham Moss. Get yourself to that football ground and cheer on the treble-chasing women’s team.

Report by Rob Fullen

Player of the game: Kirsty Chambers – for a composed captain’s performance, a first half hat-trick, extended scoring record and notching the team’s 300th goal in just under three seasons.

Teams 11 March 2015: Attendance: 35

FC United of Manchester Women: 11 (7)
1. Chloe Williams (Goalkeeper)
2. Amy Battel (Right Back) (Goals 30 & 33mins)
17. Jess McCarrick (centre half)
5. Chelsea Patient (centre half)
4. Aimee Cooke (left back)
7. Beth Hayes (centre midfield)
6. Shauna Ward (centre midfield)
8. Adora Yau (centre midfield)(Goal 38mins)
16. Charlie Evans (right midfield)
11. Kirsty Chambers (captain, left midfield) (Goals 12, 40 & 45+5 mins)
14. Feiruz Abdullahi (centre forward) (Goals 29, 53 & 90mins)
Subs:
13. Mary Priestner (GK) (for No1 46mins)
12. Jess Tonge (for No4, 61mins)
18. Leah Hartshorne (for No9 77mins)
9. Shellby Wolstencroft (for No16 46mins) (Goals 64 & 68mins)
3. Nicole Worthington (for No17 61mins)

Reddish NE Ladies FC: 0 (0)
99. Sarah Sweeney
7. Hanna Wilson
16. Roxanne Brown
25. Vicky McConnell
6. Becky Bailey (Captain)
44. Sarah Duggan
11. Amy Butterworth
22. Katie De-Mouilpied
15. Danielle Moran
18. Laura Coulson
20. Ciara Gemzola

Referee: Graham Warner
Venue: Abraham Moss Centre, Crumpsall.

Match Report

FC United, pooled in a group with Reddish North End and Heyside Ladies for this season’s Division 1 League Cup, kicked off their group with a comprehensive 11-0 victory over Reddish at a fog bound Abraham Moss Centre last Wednesday. Credit to both teams, the referee and hardy supporters for braving the extreme conditions

First half goals in the gloom included a hat trick from Kirsty Chambers keeping up her record of scoring in the last seven games and her third goal on the stroke of half time represented the team’s 300th in not quite three seasons. Amy Battel bursting from defence at every opportunity notched a brace and a stooping header from Adora Yau and the first of her hat-trick from Feiruz Abdullahi completed the first half tally. The second half was an increasingly bitty affair, not helped by the conditions, but the Reds managed a further four goals without reply courtesy of a brace each for strikers Feiruz Abdullahi and Shellby Wolstencroft.

In all, a comprehensive start to group stage of this year’s Division 1 League Cup and next up is Heyside on Wednesday 18 March (tonight) with a 7.30pm kick off at Abraham Moss. Get yourself to that football ground and cheer on the treble-chasing women’s team.

Report by Rob Fullen

Player of the game: Kirsty Chambers – for a composed captain’s performance, a first half hat-trick, extended scoring record and notching the team’s 300th goal in just under three seasons.

Teams 11 March 2015: Attendance: 35

FC United of Manchester Women: 11 (7)
1. Chloe Williams (Goalkeeper)
2. Amy Battel (Right Back) (Goals 30 & 33mins)
17. Jess McCarrick (centre half)
5. Chelsea Patient (centre half)
4. Aimee Cooke (left back)
7. Beth Hayes (centre midfield)
6. Shauna Ward (centre midfield)
8. Adora Yau (centre midfield)(Goal 38mins)
16. Charlie Evans (right midfield)
11. Kirsty Chambers (captain, left midfield) (Goals 12, 40 & 45+5 mins)
14. Feiruz Abdullahi (centre forward) (Goals 29, 53 & 90mins)
Subs:
13. Mary Priestner (GK) (for No1 46mins)
12. Jess Tonge (for No4, 61mins)
18. Leah Hartshorne (for No9 77mins)
9. Shellby Wolstencroft (for No16 46mins) (Goals 64 & 68mins)
3. Nicole Worthington (for No17 61mins)

Reddish NE Ladies FC: 0 (0)
99. Sarah Sweeney
7. Hanna Wilson
16. Roxanne Brown
25. Vicky McConnell
6. Becky Bailey (Captain)
44. Sarah Duggan
11. Amy Butterworth
22. Katie De-Mouilpied
15. Danielle Moran
18. Laura Coulson
20. Ciara Gemzola

Referee: Graham Warner
Venue: Abraham Moss Centre, Crumpsall.