Mill Lane United Blues went into Saturday’s League Cup final with the league title, County Futsal and East Riding County Cups already won and with a season-long unbeaten record to protect.
Mill Lane United Blues remain top of the East Riding Girls Football League after a seven goal win over local rivals Beverley Whitestar.
Mill Lane United Whites met their younger club mates Mill Lane United Blues in the final of the U12’s Plate competition. Having beaten Hornsea 4 – 1 in their semi final, the Blues were not about to let White’s physical advantage put them off.
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.
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.
Mill Lane United faced a well organised North Ferriby Greens team in a closely contested match. It was Mill Lane that asserted their authority in the early exchanges building up pressure on their opponent’s defence. On eight minutes, Hope Barrett fired off a shot from
Four goals from Abbie Longley helped Mill Lane United Whites secure a 9 – 0 win over Costello in the East Riding Girls Football League.