Mill Lane United Yellows moved three points clear at the top of the U16 East Riding Girls Football League with a convincing victory against 3rd placed Malet Lambert.
Mill Lane United Yellows went back to the top of the U16 East Riding Girls Football League with a hard-fought victory against well organised opponents.
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 comfortably beat a spirited Preston side and secured three more points in their quest for the U16s East Riding Girls Football League Title.
On a perfect morning for football Mill Lane United Yellows and Malet Lambert U16 girls provided a feast of entertaining football featuring sides in the East Riding Girls Football League.
A Liberty Bott brace was enough to ensure the spoils were shared as the East Riding Ladies Rep team faced their counter parts from the North Riding.
Four goals from the U16 Girls leading scorer Marie Russell helped Mill Lane United Yellows to a comfortable victory against a spirited Pinfleet side that never stopped competing for the full 80 minutes.
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.
Mill Lane Yellows made it through to the 2nd round of the U16 Girls League Cup with a hard-fought victory at Brayton Belles.
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.
Mill Lane United Blues remain top of the East Riding Girls Football League after a seven goal win over local rivals Beverley Whitestar.
Beverley Whitestar Eagles missed the chance to go level on points with Hornsea Sporting after they were beaten at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The last time North Ferriby met Mill Lane they were soundly beaten, but there was no fear in their approach to this game.
Mill Lane United Yellows travelled to Selby to play Brayton Belles knowing victory would put clear daylight between them and their rivals in the East Riding Gilrs Football League.
Mill Lane United Yellows have moved to the top of the East Riding Girls Football League after beating the Brayton Belles.
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 Yellows stayed top of the U16 Girls Football League with a convincing victory against Beverley Whitestar.