FOOTBALL: Soham girls growing in confidence

PUBLISHED: 11:23 23 October 2018 | UPDATED: 11:23 23 October 2018

Soham United Youth FC

Soham United Youth FC

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Soham U12 girls enjoyed another amazing victory on Saturday October 20, playing away at Milton.

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The girls set out a target for themselves and were determined to achieve this.

Soham defenders pushed Milton back into their own half. Ninety per cent of the game was played in Milton’s half, another hat-trick for our centre attacking player and another clean sheet for our defenders and keeper.

The girls were pleased to achieve their target of scoring 10 goals, with at least six players getting onto the score sheet, ending the game 10-0.

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Our U12 yellows enjoyed a victory as well, playing against Dynamo Foxton.

The boys regained their lead in the league table and showed true team spirit and excellent ball control finishing the game 5-2. Well done boys.

Soham U11 girls played at home against Sawston. Both teams portrayed excellent skills.

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Soham girls are growing in confidence with each game that passes.

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