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.
An East Riding based branch of the Trefoil Guild have generously donated several innovative knitted creations to a council run care home for people living with dementia.
The countdown is on to a fund-raising Zumbathon which takes place at East Riding Leisure Beverley during Dementia Awareness Week.
East Riding Leisure Beverley is to host a Zumbathon to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Society while raising awareness of dementia.
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.
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.
Malet Lambert were visitors to Mill Lane United’s Andrew Marvell home ground for a league cup clash that promised to be a close encounter if previous meetings between these two teams were anything to go by.
When AFC Preston, the away team in this fixture, took to the pitch, they showed no signs of being intimidated by Mill Lane United who had only recently comprehensively beaten them in the East Riding Girls Football League.
Previous meetings between these two teams have been dramatic, competitive, and entertaining so a good fixture was on the cards. The Mill Lane girls came to the match knowing that they would need to concentrate
The rain was falling as the Preston and Mill Lane girls took to the pitch for their first match of the year in the East Riding Girls Football League.
Malet Lambert and Mill Lane United, who were separated by a single league point going into their East Riding girls Football League encounter
Mill Lane travelled to Hornsea without their top goal scorer, but were still looking forward to a repeat of the open competitive games that the two teams shared last season in the East Riding girls Football League.
Mill Lane United were hoping for a win after a three match lean spell that had seen them lose ground in the East Riding Girls Football League league and exit the cup.
Mill Lane United Yellows kept their unbeaten start to the season going with a hard-fought draw against their older club opponents.
In their first home game of the East Riding Girls Football League season Mill Lane United played hosts to Pinefleet under 16 girls.
Mill Lane United Yellows won their fourth trophy of the season when they won the White Rose Tournament at Castleford.
Mill Lane Untied Yellows completed an unbeaten season and a glorious treble of League, Lassa Cup and League Cup with a convincing victory against a Malet Lambert side that battled and competed against their high flying opponents for much of this pulsating u14 League Cup Final.
On a warm Sunday afternoon Mill Lane United Yellows u14 Girls put their 100% record on the line when they welcomed L’arcs Quebec City Development team from Canada to Bishop Burton on their tour of England.