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Bret Blaze a Trail in Cirencester

Cirencester 1st XI 0 v Bretforton 1st XI 6

Last Updated: Oct 21, 2013 07:15pm
Evesham, Wychavon
By Vicky Watkins
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With the exception of a 5 minute spell at the very start of this game, Bretforton completely dominated Cirencester in every aspect of the game today.  

Bret took their usual time to get going but when they did, they were simply unstoppable.

Player of the match, Julie Hall, started the goal fest when she nudged home Brets opener.  Their second came moments later when the ball struck a Ciren player on the goal-line.  Up stepped Hayley Whitehouse - the coolest player on the pitch - to despatch a clinical penalty flick.

Brets defence simply had Cirencester in their pocket - rarely were Daisy Wheeler, Heather Carr and Liz Murray-White seriously troubled and they barely missed a tackle between them but it as sweeper, Karen Fynn's exceptional ball out of defence that found Terri Brown.  With just the keeper to beat, she did exactly that, rounding the flailing goalie and slotting the ball home beautifully.

The second half saw the same result, Brets energy in midfield was awesome, Deb Slatter, Lisa Workman and Sophie Hamilton simply out-played a now tiring Cirencester side.

It was a terrific ball straight across the 'D' from Workman that found the ever-brave captain of the day - Sarah Hall, fully committing to sliding in & burying the ball into the back of the net.  Julie Hall then turned provider for Browns second of the game - her lovely reverse stick shot finding the target.

The icing on the cake came from Tess Lewinton who made herself the space and time to sweep in her goal of the game and made it a perfect six for Bret.

This result was no fluke and certainly no more than they deserved - Bret were rampant throughout & this victory was another brilliant team effort.

Thanks go to Mazza and the Wheelers for their amazing support - travelling from the Vale to cheer the girls on and their kit man - Harry Fynn for his help !  A mention must go to the umpires who allowed the game to flow and hockey to be played.

 

Match Ball Sponsor: Roots To Shoots Tree Services

Player of the match: Julie Hall

Plonker of the match: Terri Brown 

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