Beverley Whitestar girls had a disappointing afternoon in the East Riding Girls Football League. In the two games of football played today at the Beverley Leisure Centre, both sides were beaten.
Mill Lane Yellows started their first season in the East Riding Girls u16 division with a convincing victory playing some superb passing football against a Costello team who had finished 3rd in the division last season.
Beverley Whitestar Falcons were beaten as the East Riding Girls Football League got under way. Playing at the Beverley Leisure Centre Hessle Town Girls cruised to victory as they beat Whitestar 7 – 1.
Beverley Whitestar Hawks were joined by parents at Beverley Leisure Centre to help raise money for a new kit.
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.
Beverley Whitestar Falcons ended their East Riding Girls Football League season with a defeat to Pinefleet Wolferton.
Mill Lane United Yellows scored eleven goals as they might light work of the Brayton Belles in the East Riding Girls County League. In rainy conditions on a muddy pitch both sides could be forgiven for wanting to go back to bed on an awful Saturday morning.
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
Mill Lane United Whites went into this East Riding Girls Football League match without a recognised goalkeeper and no substitutes, but were not about to let that get in the way of their title aspirations.
A first half hatrick from midfielder Morgan Nagee gave Mill Lane United Yellows the platform for victory against a hard working North Ferriby side in the East Riding Girls Football League.
Beverley Whitestar Falcons beat their rival Beverley Whitestar Hawks 14 – 0 at the Beverley Leisure Centre. Imogen Wright stole the show with eight goals while Lindsay Jordon got four and Eve Squire picked up two.
Mill Lane United Yellows maintained their unbeaten league record with their 10th successive victory against North Ferriby.
Beverley Whitestar Falcons beat the Hawks 9 – 0 in the derby at the Beverley Leisure Centre. Lindsay Jordan scored four goals while Imogen Wright and Gabby Holmes both bagged
On a cold, wet & miserable morning Mill Lane Blues travelled to Brayton for the first round of the East Riding Girls Football League cup.
Both teams started the game with only ten players and no possibility of substitutions. It was going to be a hard 80 minutes of East Riding Girls Football League action
After last weeks third victory of the season against club rivals Mill Lane United Blues the Yellows were faced with their hardest task of the season against their closest rivals in the East Riding Girls Football League Malet Lambert.
Mill Lane United smashed eleven goals past Beverley Whitestar as the sides met in the East Riding Girls Football League. United move to third in the table and have games in hand on league leaders North Ferriby United Greens
Mill Lane United Whites met their younger club mates Mill Lane United Blues in another Beverley local derby. The Blues were not about to let White’s physical advantage put them off as they fought for every ball, closing their opponents down denying them any space.