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Match Report

    

2.00pm Sunday 30th July 2017

Friendly

Broadhurst Park 3G, 310 Lightbowne Rd, Moston, Manchester, M40 0FJ


FCUM Women

15 - 0

Leeds Ladies F.C.

 

Attendance: 87

FCUM Women 15

Leeds Ladies F.C. 0



Attendance: 87
Red Roses overcome the Whites as FC’s Women demolish Leeds United

Women’s Premier Reserve League opponents, Leeds United Ladies, visited Broadhurst Park and after suffering a 14-0 defeat last pre season, the reds went one better firing 15 without reply past them on Sunday afternoon.

On an emotionally charged afternoon, FC stalwart Adora Yau, who has been with the side since the very first friendly on 8th July 2012 in which she had the honour of scoring our Women’s Team first ever goal, was handed the Captaincy for her last game with the club; scoring our 4th of the afternoon from the penalty spot.
Adora, 31, still has some football left in her and will be joining Cheshire League side Stockport County HNR, coached by former FC Manager, Jay Astley, for the coming campaign and all at FC United wish Adora all the very best as she leaves with our heartfelt thanks and gratitude.

United were six up at the break courtesy of Adora’s penalty, a Kirsty Chambers hatrick, bookended by the game’s opener from Rebecca Foster and the half’s sixth from Fran Sullivan.

United’s utter dominance continued after the break as Chambers added two more to her personal goal tally, Jess Battle grabbing a hatrick, Fran Sullivan getting her second following a sublime piece of ball juggling, Hanifa Douglas bagging a couple and Abbie Carrington getting on the score sheet meeting a Chambers corner at the back post.

A complete performance as Luke Podmore’s new look squad continues their impressive build up to the new season which kicks off on 3rd September. Sunday coming FC host Brighouse Town Ladies in what Podmore sees as potentially our toughest test of pre season so far. Why not get yourself down to our ground as the Women try and complete a hatrick of pre season victories over our friends from o’er t’hill.

Summary Report by Rob Fullen

FC Player of the game: Jess Battle, difficult to call this after such a complete team performance but Jess just nudges the accolade for her hatrick and bringing others into the game with strong hold up play. Kirsty Chambers opening goals of pre season, also merit a special mention particularly her second on 21 minutes half volleying over Amy Routledge in the Leeds goal after a superb pass forward from Abbie Carrington. Once again, a fond farewell and best wishes to Captain for the day, Adora Yau from all at FC United of Manchester.

Teams 30th July 2017: Attendance: 87

FC United of Manchester Women: 15 (6)
1. Gemma Jackson
2. Fran Davies
3. Abbie Carrington (goal 81 mins)
8. Adora Yau (Capt) (goals 26 mins [Pen])
16. Geraldine Sommer
17. Jess McCarrick
14. Olivia Greenhalgh
15. Rebecca Foster (goal 7 mins)
10. Fran Sullivan (goals 53, 78 mins)
11. Kirsty Chambers (goals 11, 21, 38, 49, 56 mins)
14. Jess Battle (Goals 53, 80, 90 mins)

Subs:
6. Mia Holden (for No14 65 mins)
7. Hanifa Douglas (for No16 46mins) (goals 66, 72 mins)
12. Amy Vyas (for No15 65 mins)
19. Holly Shute (for No8 60 mins)
Roll on, Roll off:
Off No11 on No16 72 mins
Off No10 on No14 78 mins

Leeds United FC Ladies: 0 (0)
Full Team - not known.
Selected players and comments:
1. Amy Routledge - contributed to keeping the score as it ended with some superb saves
2. Jess Jones – Had Leeds’ best chance forcing a great save out of Gemma Jackson in the FC goal
4. Shauna Messenger (Capt) – busy afternoon
7. Liuil Dyson – a couple of half chances for the striker

Referee: Danny Woodhead
Asst 1: Daniel Adelman (Yellow & Orange)
Asst 2: Not Known

Match Stats courtesy of Paul Hinson from: www.liveteamstats.com
FC United stats first column:

Goals: 15 0
Shots on target: 35 5
Shots off target: 18 1
Corners: 11 2
Completed Passes: 387 123
Possession: 76% 24%


Red Roses overcome the Whites as FC’s Women demolish Leeds United

Women’s Premier Reserve League opponents, Leeds United Ladies, visited Broadhurst Park and after suffering a 14-0 defeat last pre season, the reds went one better firing 15 without reply past them on Sunday afternoon.

On an emotionally charged afternoon, FC stalwart Adora Yau, who has been with the side since the very first friendly on 8th July 2012 in which she had the honour of scoring our Women’s Team first ever goal, was handed the Captaincy for her last game with the club; scoring our 4th of the afternoon from the penalty spot.
Adora, 31, still has some football left in her and will be joining Cheshire League side Stockport County HNR, coached by former FC Manager, Jay Astley, for the coming campaign and all at FC United wish Adora all the very best as she leaves with our heartfelt thanks and gratitude.

United were six up at the break courtesy of Adora’s penalty, a Kirsty Chambers hatrick, bookended by the game’s opener from Rebecca Foster and the half’s sixth from Fran Sullivan.

United’s utter dominance continued after the break as Chambers added two more to her personal goal tally, Jess Battle grabbing a hatrick, Fran Sullivan getting her second following a sublime piece of ball juggling, Hanifa Douglas bagging a couple and Abbie Carrington getting on the score sheet meeting a Chambers corner at the back post.

A complete performance as Luke Podmore’s new look squad continues their impressive build up to the new season which kicks off on 3rd September. Sunday coming FC host Brighouse Town Ladies in what Podmore sees as potentially our toughest test of pre season so far. Why not get yourself down to our ground as the Women try and complete a hatrick of pre season victories over our friends from o’er t’hill.

Summary Report by Rob Fullen

FC Player of the game: Jess Battle, difficult to call this after such a complete team performance but Jess just nudges the accolade for her hatrick and bringing others into the game with strong hold up play. Kirsty Chambers opening goals of pre season, also merit a special mention particularly her second on 21 minutes half volleying over Amy Routledge in the Leeds goal after a superb pass forward from Abbie Carrington. Once again, a fond farewell and best wishes to Captain for the day, Adora Yau from all at FC United of Manchester.

Teams 30th July 2017: Attendance: 87

FC United of Manchester Women: 15 (6)
1. Gemma Jackson
2. Fran Davies
3. Abbie Carrington (goal 81 mins)
8. Adora Yau (Capt) (goals 26 mins [Pen])
16. Geraldine Sommer
17. Jess McCarrick
14. Olivia Greenhalgh
15. Rebecca Foster (goal 7 mins)
10. Fran Sullivan (goals 53, 78 mins)
11. Kirsty Chambers (goals 11, 21, 38, 49, 56 mins)
14. Jess Battle (Goals 53, 80, 90 mins)

Subs:
6. Mia Holden (for No14 65 mins)
7. Hanifa Douglas (for No16 46mins) (goals 66, 72 mins)
12. Amy Vyas (for No15 65 mins)
19. Holly Shute (for No8 60 mins)
Roll on, Roll off:
Off No11 on No16 72 mins
Off No10 on No14 78 mins

Leeds United FC Ladies: 0 (0)
Full Team - not known.
Selected players and comments:
1. Amy Routledge - contributed to keeping the score as it ended with some superb saves
2. Jess Jones – Had Leeds’ best chance forcing a great save out of Gemma Jackson in the FC goal
4. Shauna Messenger (Capt) – busy afternoon
7. Liuil Dyson – a couple of half chances for the striker

Referee: Danny Woodhead
Asst 1: Daniel Adelman (Yellow & Orange)
Asst 2: Not Known

Match Stats courtesy of Paul Hinson from: www.liveteamstats.com
FC United stats first column:

Goals: 15 0
Shots on target: 35 5
Shots off target: 18 1
Corners: 11 2
Completed Passes: 387 123
Possession: 76% 24%