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Last Sunday (9th September) saw the start of the Southampton & District Girls Football League.
The aim of the League is to help support the localisation of girls football within Hampshire. The first match saw Whiteley face Romsey Town Youth at Stoneham Lane.
Whiteley started of the match dominating with some strong passing and confident play. This saw them take the lead Romsey's Goal keeper however managed to keep the score at 1-0 with some superb saves. Romsey then began to look more confident on the ball, and ended up hitting the back of the net on two occasions.
With some superb passing and movement from Romsey they then managed to score their third goal to the delight of their manager and spectators! Half time was beginning to approach and with quick goals from Romsey the determination from Whiteley was evident, a classy right foot finish meant the score at half time was 3-2.
The second half began with the beautiful hot weather starting to impact on the Romsey side who had the minimum squad, this had a big effect on them! Again a magnificent second half performance from the Romsey goalkeeper prevented Whiteley from scoring; however the team managed to score bringing the game equal. Whiteley then pushed forward and three great finishes saw the final result as 6-3.
Both teams thoroughly enjoyed the match and so did the many spectators who came to watch!
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