Football: Frontier keep ahead against Harlow

Football / Tue 12th Sep 2017 at 02:05pm

Harlow Reserves 1 v 2 Frontier FC

Frontier FC

LAST weekend saw the ladies opening day fixtures play away to Harlow reserves in a early season derby but due to a unsafe astro turf pitch at Mark Hall school, the game ended up being moved to Frontier’s home pitch at Church Langley with a 3 pm kick off.

Straight from the kick off Frontier were out in front going 1-0 up after two minutes with a Kelly Holsworth strike from 35 yards.

The second would come from a set piece. Kel’s corner found Jill Bartholomew at the back post to head home to make it 2-0.

Kel would turn provider for Iill again only to have another carbon copy goal chalked off for a dubious foul on the goalkeeper.

Half time Harlow Reserves 0-2 Frontiers.

In the second half after seeing a couple of chances going begging, a Harlow midfielder found the ball at her feet and would shoot and score from 25 yards to make it 2-1. But it wasn’t long for us to regain our two goal lead with Sharon Ferguson who controlled and turned in the box to fire home from eight yards to make it 3-1.

The fourth come in the final minutes of the game when a free kick won on the right was at the feet of Kel, she hit the crossbar with free that fell to the feet of Freya liiv who toe poked the ball home from six yards to mate it Harlow Reserves 1 – 4 Frontiers.

A good opening day performance which they can build on .

Next week we host AFC Sudbury in the women’s FA Cup which will be played a Takeley Football Club.

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