Wymondham put through their paces
Wymondham Town Ladies played their first pre-season against Freethorpe and put in a very professional performance. Wymondham started the game very well, opening the scoring within the first 10 minutes with a goal direct from a corner from Vicky Hudson.
Wymondham Town Ladies played their first pre-season against Freethorpe and put in a very professional performance.
Wymondham started the game very well, opening the scoring within the first 10 minutes with a goal direct from a corner from Vicky Hudson. Wymondham continued to apply pressure and were having all the possession.
Great link-up play was being made all over the pitch and there was some great two-touch football from Wymondham. Further goals came from Vicky, after some good link-up play down the left with Amy, Helen Crisp with a tap-in from a cross and Elle Hyam with a header from a corner in the first half to make the score 4-0 at half-time.
Wymondham started the second half as they finished the first, dominating play and playing some delightful football which again created chances which Wymondham took; Laura Parry hitting a volley in, Katie Rumble lobbing the keeper from a wide position, Louise flicking the ball over the keeper, Amy and Helen getting tap-ins after great crosses and Becky smashing the ball home form six yards.
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The whole team performance was really positive and Sarah, Amy and Christine, all making their debuts, played very well and it shows great promise for the coming season.
PoM: Vicky Hudson after she tore the Freethorpe defence to pieces all game, grabbing herself two goals and making more in the process.
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Wymondham are away to Long Stratton next week (kick-off 2pm) and training continues at Kett's Park from 7pm on Monday and Wednesday.
For more information, contact Alex Guy on 07934492399 or email@example.com and also have a look on the website: www.clubwebsite.co.uk/wymondhamtownladiesfc