Mill Lane United Yellows maintained their unbeaten league record with their 10th successive victory against North Ferriby.
On a surprisingly nice winter’s day, both sides are to be congratulated for switching venues to enable this Lassa Tyres u14 Semi Final to take place. Despite the recent poor weather, the game was played on a pitch ideal for passing football
After last weeks third victory of the season against club rivals Mill Lane United Blues the Yellows were faced with their hardest task of the season against their closest rivals in the East Riding Girls Football League Malet Lambert.
Mill Lane United Yellows extended their lead at the top of the U14 East Riding Girls Football League Division 1 with a convincing victory against a spirited North Ferriby side.When the teams played earlier in the season the Yellows dealt their opponents a 12 nil defeat which
The opening fixture between the two sides resulted in the Yellows winning by a resounding 10 nil margin and the Blues were determined the result would not be repeated.The highly anticipated game kicked off in perfect conditions and both teams were hell bent
Mill Lane United Yellows started the defence of the Lassa Tyres u14s Cup(previously Tesco Cup) with an emphatic victory against a brave Westella & Willerby side. Straight from the kick off it was one way traffic as Mill Lane United
Mill Lane United Yellows gained their third successive victory against a well organised Brayton Belles side.In the previous two games Mill Lane had blown the opposition away with some some superb passing football and Brayton could have been forgiven for thinking this was going to be a bridge to far.
In perfect condition’s Mill Lane United Yellows consolidated their position at the head of the East Riding Girls Football League table with a display of fast flowing football.
In perfect conditions Mill Lane United Yellows started the defence of their u14 League Championship against Mill Lane United Blues last years u12 champions.
Mill Lane United failed to qualify for the national Futsal championship after finishing second in the Yorkshire region final. Although the Beverley side were undefeated with 1 victory and 2 draws it was not enough as they struggled
Mill Lane United won their second trophy in a week and sixth of a very successfull campaign when they won the Topp Tiles U14 Girls Tournament at the King Power Stadium(Leicester City).
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 Yellows qualified for the regional futsal finals in Sheffield with a superb 1 0 victory against the Hull College Development Centre.
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.
The East Riding Girls Football League match took place at a windswept Beverley Leisure Centre and both teams took a few minutes to get settled. Mill Lane United were the first team to adapt to the conditions and they soon began pressing the home team
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.
Mill Lane United made it through to the Semi Final of the under 14 plate competition after a hard fought performance against Hessle .The teams meet earlier in the month in the Tesco cup final when Mill Lane United won convincingly
Mill Lane United went back to the top of the u14 girls football league with a convincing victory against a brave Preston side who battled for the full 70 minutes.