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.
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 Yellows won the u16 Girls League Cup as they collected their third trophy of the season with a hard-fought victory against hard-working opponents North Ferriby at Bishop Burton College.
A hat trick from the leagues top scorer Marie Russell helped Mill Lane United Yellows secure the three points needed to win the East Riding Girls Football League U16 Title.
Almost a year to the day the Yellows from Mill Lane United welcomed back their friends from Canada for the annual Trans Atlantic challenge.
A lovely spring morning saw the top two teams in the U16 East Riding Girls Football League battle for 3 more points in their quest for the League Title.
Mill Lane United Yellows moved into the semi final of the U16 girls League Cup with a hard-fought victory against well organised committed opponents Costello.
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.
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.
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 Yellows made it through to the 2nd round of the U16 Girls League Cup with a hard-fought victory at Brayton Belles.
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 made it through to the semi final of the Girls U16 Cup with a 3-0 victory against their club rivals.
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.
A magnificent day of football resulted in Mill Lane United Yellows been crowned Aces U15 Girls National Football Champions.
Mill Lane United U14 Girls won the prestigious Blackpool Tournament for the 3rd successive year. After a wet day at the pleasure beach, the previous day the Mill Lane United
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).