Mill Lane United travelled to Selby College hoping for a win to keep their momentum going in this U16 East Riding Girls Football League fixture against the Brayton Belles.
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.
The last time North Ferriby met Mill Lane they were soundly beaten, but there was no fear in their approach to this game.
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 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.
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 showed real attacking intent from the moment the whistle blew, with surging runs through the middle onto some accurate passes from midfield.
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
Hornsea Sporting FC were the visitors to the Walkington home of Mill Lane United’s under 16 girls in a Eat Riding Girls Football League encounter.
Experienced players wanted for the 2012/13 season. Mill Lane United needs players for their successful girl’s football teams which compete in the East Riding Girls Football League at U14
Mill Lane United won their fifth Trophy of a very successful season with a hard fought victory against Brayton Belles.In lovely summer conditions on a perfect pitch both sides served up a goal fest in the under 14 Girls Plate Cup Final
Mill Lane United extended their unbeaten league record to 19 games with a convincing victory against Beverley Whitestar. Mill Lane United dominated both territory and possesion for the full 70minutes against opponents who were happy to keep 9 girls in defence to frustrate the league leaders. Mill Lane United went in at half time with a 2 0 advantage thanks to goals from Emily Holliday and Jodie Brown. The second…
Mill Lane United reached their second final of the season with a convincing victory against North Ferriby.After the constant rain earlier in the week when the two teams met in the league the game was played in lovely conditions ideal for passing football.
Four goals from Emma Smith helped Mill Lane United to three more East Riding Girls Football League points. Now the United girls need just two more two wins to win the East Riding Girls League
Mill Lane United moved a step closer to the League title with a battling performance against one of their main rivals Costello. The teams had met 3 times already this season with the score 2 1 in Mill Lane United’s favour and another pulsating game was anticipated.