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Vicky Neal goal is in vain as Cambridge United Women lose to Denham United


By CambridgeIndependent Reporter


Amber Cantwell in action for Cambridge United against Denham. Picture: Keith Heppell
Amber Cantwell in action for Cambridge United against Denham. Picture: Keith Heppell

But Cambridge City Ladies secure victory over Harlow Town

Vicky Neal scored for Cambridge United against Denham Town. Picture: Keith Heppell
Vicky Neal scored for Cambridge United against Denham Town. Picture: Keith Heppell

Vicky Neal was on target for Cambridge United Women in a 2-1 defeat to Denham United in the FA Women’s National League, South East Division One.

The U’s were aiming to continue their winning start to the campaign, but they fell behind early on.

Neal equalised for the U’s, but Denham grabbed their winner in the last minute.

United are playing Stevenage tonight (Wednesday) at the Abbey Stadium.

Individual efforts from Laura Mills and Charlotte Gillies guided Cambridge City to a 3-1 win over Harlow Town in the Eastern Region Women’s Football League, Premier Division.

Harlow took the lead through a penalty after 20 minutes following their first foray into City territory, and it could have been 2-0 if not for a good save by keeper Tee Mhunduru.

City were level when Gillies took a diagonal pass to square for Bella Simmons, who tapped home from close range.

With the wind in their favour in the second half, City’s use of space out wide led to their next two goals.

Mills went past a couple of defenders on the left, created space and turned inside to fire home.

On the right, Gillies conjured up something similar for City’s third goal to secure their victory.

In the FA Women’s National League Reserve Cup, Cambridge United Women’s Development team lost 1-0 to MK Dons Development.

Yasmin Crow fired a hat-trick for Cambridge City Development as they earned a 6-0 success over Histon in the S-Tech Women’s Premiership.

Crow grabbed two goals in the first half, set up by Anna Kanz and Carla Penny respectively.

Megan Tonks poked the ball home for the third, and then Crow completed her hat-trick. Tonks grabbed her second with a curling effort and then teed up Kanz to hit the sixth.



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