Hethersett joy at title triumph

PUBLISHED: 19:01 31 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:11 10 September 2010

HETHERSETT ATHLETIC GIRLS U17 have won the Norfolk and Suffolk Girls' U17 League, thanks to a 2-0 victory at Swindell Girls. The win maintained their 100 percent record with 11 wins out of 11, and gives them a 14-point advantage at the top of the league with just one game to go.

HETHERSETT ATHLETIC GIRLS U17 have won the Norfolk and Suffolk Girls' U17 League, thanks to a 2-0 victory at Swindell Girls. The win maintained their 100 percent record with 11 wins out of 11, and gives them a 14-point advantage at the top of the league with just one game to go. The team are also favourites to win their League Cup competition, due to begin shortly.

HETHERSETT ATHLETIC LADIES HEARTS made short work of beating Waveney 8-0 to move within a point of the Norfolk League Division Two title with just one game to go. Hannah Waters scored twice to take her total for the season to 75 - just five below the current record for a single season held by men's team striker Danny Gray. The goals also took Hannah's total for the club to 113, which makes her the highest ladies/girls goalscorer in the club's history. Other scorers against Waveney were Rianne Brister (2), Lauren Matthews, Becs Codling, Vickie Swann and Hazel Shepherd.

HETHERSETT GIRLS U14 went down 6-1 to Norwich City Girls, with their goal coming from Ella Stephenson. Despite the defeat the girls look certain to finish runners-up to Norwich City.

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