For the second time this season the current National Champions at under 16 (Mill Lane Yellows) and under 15 (Mill Lane Blues) took to the field as opponents in the East Riding Girls Under 16 Football League.
On a bright December morning Mill Lane United Yellows lost their three-year unbeaten record against their club rivals Mill Lane United Blues.
Mill Lane United Blues remain top of the East Riding Girls Football League after a seven goal win over local rivals Beverley Whitestar.
75 girls teams from across the North East of England arrived at the Brayton Belles tournament in Selby in advance of what turned out to be a great showcase for girl’s football.
On a typically wet and miserable morning, Mill Lane United and Hessle travelled to Bishop Burton College for the eagerly awaited East Riding Girls Football League Plate final.
Paul Bryant the American Football coach once said; ‘there is no substitute for guts. That quote succinctly sums up the attitude of the Mill Lane United girls on Saturday
On a day when only two matches were played, both on all-weather pitches, both sets of players could have been excused if they had not committed fully to the match in cold and difficult circumstances.
On a cold, wet & miserable morning Mill Lane Blues travelled to Brayton for the first round of the East Riding Girls Football League cup.
Mill Lane United Blues travelled to Selby to play Brayton Belles U14s on Saturday on the first really cold day of winter. In a biting wind, gloves and thermals were very much in evidence but this didn’t prevent Mill Lane from being quick
The first cup tie of the season saw Hessle Town travel to Walkington for an eagerly anticipated Lassa Tyres Cup tie. Surprisingly, Hessle had been placed in Division two this season; however, the home side were under
Mill Lane United arrived at Costello for their final summer tournament with a ten player squad comprising of Goal Keeper Jessica Wright and defenders Skie Wyatt and Captain Olivia Nassau.
On a bright and breezy morning Mill Lane travelled to West Yorkshire for the penultimate tournament of their summer tour. With the organisers limiting teams to only nine players, Mill Lane travelled
On another wet June day, Mill Lane United travelled to Cleethorpes for the fourth leg of their summer tour. With Fenella Scutt absent, the squad comprised of goal keeper Jessica Wright, defenders Olivia Nassau and Skie Wyatt
After a week of almost continuous rainfall, Mill Lane United arrived at Broadgates grateful for clear skies and a pitch, which although very heavy, was deemed playable for the cup semi-final
On a wet and windy spring morning Mill Lane United welcomed Hessle Sporting for the final match of their East Riding Girls Football League campaign. With the league title already in the bag.
Mill Lane United ‘Blues’ maintained their 100% record as they racked up their fourteenth consective win in the East Riding Girls Football League as they beat Hessle Town Girls 10 – 1 at Broadgates.
This match saw the league’s top two sides meet for the first time this season, with both looking to gain a psychological edge in the race for the championship. Mill Lane United knew this would arguably be their hardest game of the season and from the first kick looked to dominate their opponents, with Millie Sharp and Grace Fletcher both looking pumped up for the occasion. For the first twenty…