Mill Lane United Yellows girls football team created history in their final tournament together when they retained their National title for a third successive year.
After seven Successful seasons Mill LaneUnited Yellows played their final game in junior football in the U16 Girls East Riding County Cup Final.
Mill Lane United Yellows U16 Girls turned on the style in a 9-0 victory against Hessle Town to win their 7th Successive East Riding Girls Football League title.
Mill Lane United Yellows U16 girls retained the League cup in a hard fought game against North Ferriby .
Mill Lane United Yellows and Hessle Town met for the third successive week in a match that could have a major bearing at the end of the season in the East Riding Girls Football League.
For the second week running Mill Lane Yellows met Hessle Town in a cup quarter final, this week it was the County Cup, but the result was the same a 6-2 victory for the Yellows.
Mill Lane United Yellows battled their way to the Semi Final of the U16 Girls Cup Semi Final after a hard-fought victory against Hessle Town at Dunswell.
Mill Lane United Yellows extended their lead at the top of the East Riding Girls Football League with a convincing victory against North Ferriby.
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 Yellows extended their lead in the Girls u16 League with a convincing victory against Malet Lambert.
On a very cold December morning Mill Lane United Yellows went back to the top of the East Riding Girls u16 League with a hard fought victory against a well organised and committed Pinefleet side.
Mill Lane United Yellows consolidated their position at the top of the u16 Girls League with a comfortable victory away to Beverley Whitestar.
After four attempts and after getting beat 1-0 in last years final Mill Lane United Yellows finally added the Skelmersdale National Girls Cup to their list of honours.
Mill Lane United Yellows were made to fight all the way by an enthusiastic Hornsea side that belied their position in the league to make life uncomfortable for the u16 Girls champions.
A hat trick from the leagues top scorer Marie Russell helped Mill Lane United Yellows secure the three points needed to win the East Riding Girls Football League U16 Title.
Almost a year to the day the Yellows from Mill Lane United welcomed back their friends from Canada for the annual Trans Atlantic challenge.
A lovely spring morning saw the top two teams in the U16 East Riding Girls Football League battle for 3 more points in their quest for the League Title.