Sudbury Ladies II put in their best performance of the season, demonstrating excellent team work, structure and skill to see off Lowestoft 4-0 in the Suffolk ladies’ League Premier Division.
The whole team worked tirelessly to secure a deserved home victory. With determination they fought for every ball and never gave up. Lizzy Skells, in midfield, and Emma Clarke up front gave very impressive performances. Josie Partridge scored two goals, with Maria Risley and Skells getting the others.
n Sudbury Ladies III travelled to IES without a goalkeeper due to late sickness but won the Suffolk League Division One match 6-0 and now top the table.
Tracey Clarke opened the scoring with an impressive shot from the top of the D, Stacey Howlett added to the tally with a short-range tap-in following another spilt ball. Sudbury created some good opportunities with Elle Langford making an impressive debut.
The experience of Liz Spencer showed as she fired home from a short corner, and Olivia Greaves showed composure in front of goal to give Sudbury a 4-0 half-time lead.
IES marked key players closer in the second half, and Sudbury added only two more goals through Spencer and Greaves. IES kept kicking back Eualalie Mayers and her defensive colleague Sally Flowers a little more busy in the second half.