Winning feeling for Brandon sides
Brandon Ladies travelled to Debenham and were made to work hard for a 3-0 victory.
Smith, in the Brandon goal, had little to do as the home side got bodies behind the ball and defended deep. Late in the half Forshaw made the breakthrough from the edge of the area.
Forshaw doubled the lead and Tomlinson finished the game off scoring from close range. This was a game dominated by Brandon but credit to Debenham for some stout defending to keep the score at 3-0.
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Alexis scored the only goal. Louise K, Louise B, Millie, and Tori were on fine form at the back. Jess tackled superbly in midfield, and strikers Melissa, Shannon and Amaris made some great runs. PoM: Fraya Williams was on fire and well-deserved this honour. Brilliant.
Brandon Lasses U11 beat Chantry Grasshoppers 6-0 to go through to the cup final. A strong display from Lasses and two goals from Richardson saw Brandon 2-0 up at half-time.
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An even better second half with outstanding defending and an excellent save from Neal kept the Lasses on top. In-control Brandon went on to score four more in the second half, three more from Richardson and one from Nolan to confirm a well-deserved cup final place in their first season. PoM: Ciera Neal.