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Annie Marther on target as Cambridge Nomads earn draw

By CambridgeIndependent Reporter

Victory for Cambridge City
Victory for Cambridge City

Nomads grab point with City III

Annie Marther scored for Cambridge Nomads as they earned a 2-2 draw with Cambridge City III in East Women’s League, Division 2NW.

Nomads took the lead in the first half through Bethan Davis, but City responded to head into the break 2-1 ahead.

Nomads drew level as a brilliant individual effort from man-of-the-match Linsey Porter saw her take the ball from defence and carry it all the way before putting in a final cross for Marther to touch into the net.

Two goals apiece from Ellie Edwards and Laura Ludlow helped Cambridge South win 6-1 against Spalding in 3NW. Elaine Penniket and Robyn Murray were also on target for South.

Amalia Thomas scored four goals for Cambridge South IV as they defeated Huntingdon II 9-1 in 4NW (S).

Lauren Brown scored two and Florence Brimblecombe, Hazel Polge and Dani Kilsby-Steele got one each to complete the win.

But Cambridge South III were beaten 5-0 by Haverhill II.

Cambridge University were unable to build on an earlier goal as they lost to Bedford 2-1 in the Premier Division.

Sally Bradley’s pass had been deflected in by Hattie Bevan to put the students ahead, but Bedford put away two short corners to earn victory.


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