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.
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 extended their lead at the top of the East Riding Girls Football League with a convincing victory against North Ferriby.
On a very windy day both teams provided a very entertaining game. Playing against the elements Mill Lane United Yellows started slowly against their enthusiastic opponents and after a defensive mix up
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.
Mill Lane United Yellows kept their 100% start to the East Riding Girls Football League season and have still not conceded a goal after a two nil victory against North Ferriby.
Mill Lane United Yellows were crowned national champions for a second successive season after a dramatic penalty shoot out against Derby County Girls.
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.
The final of the East Riding Girls Football League County Cup was all set to be a fiercely fought game between two very evenly matched sides.
Mill Lane United Yellows fell at the last hurdle in the National Girls Football Tournament At Skelmersdale.
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.
A Proud day for Mill Lane United with both their Girls u14 teams meeting in the Lassa Tyres Girls U14 Cup Final at Hull Universit
Mill Lane United Yellows maintained their unbeaten league record with their 10th successive victory against North Ferriby.