Williamson hits hat-trick for Attleborough
Sprowston Ladies 1, Attleborough Ladies 4
Boro took a while to settle, but on 25 minutes Emma Skinner gave the visitors a deserved lead.
When Sherral Williamson increased the lead on 35 minutes Boro appeared in control.
Just before half time Sprowston pulled a goal back when Boro failed to clear their lines. The break came just right for Boro as it gave them time to assess their game plan and make any changes necessary.
It seemed to work as on 48 minutes Williamson restored Boro’s two-goal advantage.
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Sprowston did cause a few problems which Boro managed to deal with and Williamson completed her hat-trick and Boro’s fourth on 67 minutes.
The win puts the Ladies in second place. Next Sunday they are at home to close rivals Stalham Ladies, kick off 2pm.
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