Bohemians in fine form
PUBLISHED: 10:02 27 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:21 10 September 2010
BOHEMIANS U15/U16 Girls continued with their preparations for Spain with a match against Horsford on the 3G pitch at Easton. The highlight of a good first half was the performance of Chelsea who opened the scoring and was influential in securing a 3-1 lead.
BOHEMIANS U15/U16 Girls continued with their preparations for Spain with a match against Horsford on the 3G pitch at Easton. The highlight of a good first half was the performance of Chelsea who opened the scoring and was influential in securing a 3-1 lead. Second half with Sian playing in midfield with Charlotte Bohs seized control and she fully deserved her hat-trick. A goal came straight from the kick-off which saw seven players being involved and finished with Libby firing home from 10 yards. Natalie was fantastic on the right wing and Megan extinguished threats from the Horsford attack. Thanks to Horsford's Tim who refereed superbly and to Matt and Richard for lining.
BOHEMIANS GIRLS U14 participated for the first time in the Aylsham tournament and topped the group without losing a game and only conceding one goal. In the semi-finals they faced Spixworth and after having all the pressure and several good chances went 1-0 just before half-time. Second half they did everything but score before, with 20 seconds left, Nadine fired home. The victory was sealed in extra time with a superb strike from Rocky. In the final they faced Blofield and struck first through Nadine, then Rocky and finally a great individual goal from Chloe. Second half Blofield scored a consolation goal near the end. Hollie played the final despite having injured her shoulder and neck in the semi-final.
BOHEMIANS GIRLS U15 for the second day were back at Aylsham and the girls gave a series of sublime displays of quality football as they topped the group without losing a game. An unbelievable free-kick from Chelsea from well inside her own half nestled in the top right corner. She went on to repeat the performance in the final when she struck straight from the kick-off to give Bohs the lead inside two seconds. The second goal was a piece of individual wizardry from Nadine, who is in such fantastic form. Horsford reduced the arrears second half when two efforts from Megan narrowly missed. Ella and Sophie both had great tournaments. The team received the coveted Irene Simm Team of the Year Trophy at the club presentation on Saturday evening - which was a fitting end to the most remarkable season in the club's history and Bohs thank all those people who nominated the team.