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The high level of play carried on into the second half and Lancaster were able to take the lead with some strong play up front. After a shaky start to the second half Lancaster needed some good defending to fight off the opposition. Lancaster's defence combined well to quickly and confidently shut down any Garstang attack with Noakes taking control of the back line. Lancaster were unlucky not to be awarded a flick when Katie Adamson-Benz was wiped out by the Blackpool goalkeeper (queue dramatic roll). With not long to go Lancaster found the winning goal.
Lancaster Nomads Ladies 1s Sunday 11th January 2015 Preston Ladies 1s 5-1 Lancaster 2s Saturday. Lancaster started the second half well, with shots from Shannon Davey and Faye Ledward at every available opportunity. Northern were with the wind and pulled a goal back after a surging run. Some time into the game and the away side, slowly but surely, began to settle and some great attacking play from forwards Leeanne Grayston-Aldren, Whitney Savage and Emma Reid made it easier for their team to send balls swiftly down the side lines. Luckily this brought Lancaster to their senses and they stepped up again with some magical play from Julie Walker and Ailsa Bunch.
Against the run of play Durham broke, poor marking saw the opposition drive down the back line and attempt to buckeye cross to the penalty spot. Lancaster dug deep until the end where Leeanne Grayston-Aldren used her experience up front to break the Didsbury defence passing to Mel Parkin who placed it into the left hand corner. Lancaster knew they had to keep it tight and they did themselves proud, holding their local lines and keeping their structure which continued to frustrate Wakefield.
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Personal Justice Denied: Public Hearings of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment, 1981 A collection of the testimony and documents from more than 750 chat witnesses including Japanese Americans, former government harborough officials who ran the internment program, public figures, and more. Despite both teams best efforts, the score remained the same at 1-1 by the final whistle, giving Lancaster 5ths their first point of the season.
Lancaster again didnt want to give up and Julie Walker and Leeanne Grayston-Aldren continued to pass it between them into the. Team: S Moreland (GK E Dorrington, H Gates, C Shatford, K Benter, A Bunch, K Ayrton, G Briggs, L Case, E Williams, J Walker, C Davies and L Grayston-Aldren Player of the Match: Katie Benter Lancaster 4s 4-0 Lancaster Morecambe Ladies 3s The sun was. Ali Standeven made a burst into the D and won a penalty corner which Garstang couldn't deal with fully. We hand select our flowers daily and carry a large assortment of fresh orchids and tropicals along with seasonal picks. However Wigtons goalkeeper was strong and didn't let the ball see the back of the goal. This was a wake up call for the Lancaster girls and they were eager to get on the scoreboard. She dispossessed Sefton and found Nina Swarbrick who threaded a pinpoint ball through to Ali Standeven who pushed it past the keeper on the second attempt.
Following a couple of injuries, Lancaster still continued to play good hockey, passing the ball around to each others stick, calling and generally creating chances. .
Lancaster defended expertly and Harrogate did not manage one shot on target in the 1st half.
The score was 2-2 into half time and Lancaster felt they stood a great chance of winning.
After some great individual skill to lose her marker, Crackles found Hayley Johns in the D who remained composed and slotted the ball home.
Again Lancaster took the lead scoring two goals before half time, being well worked team performances, both finished to precision by Standeven. I would like to congratulate you on such a detailed, informative and easy to use website. Lancaster stepped up their game to meet the onslaught and succeeded, preventing Heaton from converting a series of penalty corners with Jemma Benn running out to block the shots. The second half was much the same as the first, with Garstang continuing a spirited display on the attack with some well worked moves and lots of pace, however they were unable to break down a solid Lancaster defence. Cath Foy, Nina Swarbrick and Fran ONeill dealt with the pressure well keeping the attack at bay for the majority.
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Lancaster need to bounce back from this defeat, knowing a win next week at Whitley Bay would keep them in contention at the top of the table. Longridge responded well to the 3-0 score free line but could not break a strong Lancaster defence. Unfortunately one of York's long balls found its way behind Lancaster's defence and York equalised. Elle Dorrington made some probing runs through the opposing midfield to bring the ball into the D providing Lancaster with a number of chances.