King’s Lynn Soccer Club Lionesses claim first victory since forming
KLSC Lionesses U12 travelled to Necton in the Mid Norfolk Youth Girls' League in search of their first victory since forming.
A goal in either half through Ella Turner and Summer Ellis gave them just that.
A close-fought battle throughout, but with Necton were unable to create clear-cut opportunities, KLSC deservedly were the ones celebrating their 2-0 win at the final whistle.
Over at Terrington, their U12s hosted Watlington in a clash of two of the division’s form sides.
It was the home side who started strongest, dominating the first half with goals from Laila Ringer and Elise Senina.
After the break a change of formation saw a resurgent Watlington claw their way back into it through a Taylor De Nobriga strike.
In the dying embers of the game, Ivy Osler slotted in from close range following a corner to equalize. Spoils shared at 2-2.
In the final U12 fixture of the weekend, Heacham were the visitors at Gaywood.
It was the home side who picked up the three points with a 7-2 victory.
Erin Frost (2), Ruby Smith (2), Eleanor Demonty, Rosie Eastwood and Taylor Scotney got the goals for Gaywood to close the gap once again at the top of the table.
Leah Belton and Evelyn-Rose Brennock grabbed the consolations for Heacham.
In the second match of the day at the Recreation Ground in Terrington, the U14 Tigers side hosted Gaywood in a tight affair.
It was Gaywood that took home the 2-0 win, with the goals coming through Everleigh Defty and Miley Webber.
Finally, Weeting Saxon overcame Heacham U14s in a close-fought battle.
Heacham found themselves 2-0 down at the break, but kept themselves well in the contest with Summer Mann scoring twice, and denied a hat-trick with one chalked off.
It wasn’t quite enough on the day, with it ending 3-2 to Weeting.