May 28, 2022
The Scarborough Women’s U12s claimed victory.

Hosts Scarborough won the toss and elected to field in the first half.

Boro defended well in the first half and had a few chances to break, but Wroclaw managed to keep them out with a 0-0 break.

Scarborough’s wind was on them in the second half and it created a lot of opportunities.

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Isla Jones was taken out of the box to win a free kick in a very physical aspect.

Rachel Hodgson stepped up and threw it into the box for Isla Jones to make it 1-0.

Borough kept up the pressure when the game’s girl, Chloe Boys, exploded, her shot hitting the post but Jones tapped the rebound closely.

The Boys maintained their impressive display with another lung-busting run, beating six players to give the Reds a 3-0 lead in full time.

The Scarborough Ladies U-13s are top of the City of York Girls League table

Scarborough Ladies Under-11 Bishop Thorpe returned to winning ways at home against the Blacks.

Despite the turbulent situation, Scarborough played some composed football and it wasn’t long before strong midfielder Anna Dunbound gave Scarborough a 1-0 lead at home.

Dunbound soon managed to make it two with a simple fight effort inside the box, forcing the ball over the line.

Bishop Thorpe did not give up and caught Boro in the counter attack to make it 2-1.

The hosts made some changes and it wasn’t long before the impressive debutant Sofia Greshan scored her first goal for Boro to make it 3-1 at the break.

The hosts stepped up in the second half and walked away with some constant pressure from Bishopthurp, but the Borough defense held firm with the excellent defense of all the home players.

Scarborough managed to break the counter attack a few times and the match’s Girl of the Match, Sophia Overfield, managed to score a brilliant goal from a tough angle, only to be rewarded for her outstanding efforts throughout the match.

Scarborough took a break again shortly after, and it was Greshan who scored his second goal of the match, scoring a goal in the top corner to make it 5-1.

Elisha Graeme was the hero who scored a hat trick for the Scarborough Ladies U-13, winning 5-0 at York RI.

After the first period without a goal, the Boro girls surrounded the home goal after the break.

The victory came when Graeme cleverly set up Jaime Chapman to hit the opener.

Graeme then hit a quick fire brace while leaching through the balls of Chapman and Gracie McLaughlin.

McLaughlin finished fourth, completing his hat trick soon after a brilliant one-touch approach play by Graeme, Brooke Southern, Cena Williams, Chapman and McLaughlin.

Ava Gildroy won the Girl of the Game award for her dominant display in the back.

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