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 Yellows moved to the top of the East Riding Girls Football League table with a convincing victory against a spirited Preston side that never gave in for the entire 80 minutes.
Mill Lane United Yellows made it through to the semi final of the Girls U16 Cup with a 3-0 victory against their club rivals.
Mill Lane United Yellows kept their unbeaten start to the season going with a hard-fought draw against their older club opponents.
Mill Lane United Yellows secured 3 East Riding Girls Football League points with a comfortable victory against spirited opponents Hornsea.
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 Yellows started their first season in the East Riding Girls u16 division with a convincing victory playing some superb passing football against a Costello team who had finished 3rd in the division last season.
Beverley Whitestar Falcons were beaten as the East Riding Girls Football League got under way. Playing at the Beverley Leisure Centre Hessle Town Girls cruised to victory as they beat Whitestar 7 – 1.
Beverley Whitestar Hawks were joined by parents at Beverley Leisure Centre to help raise money for a new kit.
A magnificent day of football resulted in Mill Lane United Yellows been crowned Aces U15 Girls National Football Champions.
75 girls teams from across the North East of England arrived at the Brayton Belles tournament in Selby in advance of what turned out to be a great showcase for girl’s football.
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 typically wet and miserable morning, Mill Lane United and Hessle travelled to Bishop Burton College for the eagerly awaited East Riding Girls Football League Plate final.
Hull College concluded their Wyke League campaign with a three nil home defeat to Cottingham Rangers. The all girls side that competes in the Hull Boys Sunday Football League finished their season
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.
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.