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Kingstonian are closing in on a 'perfect' season in the Surrey County Women's League and have set their sights on finishing with a 100% record after having secured the league title last week.
Coach Stef Loucaides paid tribute to her side's achievement so far but admitted that the team does not want to rest on its laurels before the season comes to a close.
"In terms of the season as a whole, there are still four games remaining and though we have secured the title, the challenge now is to continue our winning run through to the end of the season," she said.
"We are currently on 17 games played and 17 won. We have a couple of tough games remaining so it will be a challenge but it would be nice to achieve."
Looking back on the season, Stef picks out one match in particular which stands out above the others. "The highlight is not a game which produced a multitude of goals or a well executed game plan but one which testifies to the spirit of the team," she recalled. "We had conceded a first minute goal to our closest rivals and were still 1-0 down in the 90th minute when our captain, Hanna Robson, scored from 20 yards. With injury time to play, the girls were still not happy with a potential hard fought 1-1 draw. They continued to push and with the last kick of the game, scored in the 97th minute to get the win.
"The management team comprised of Mark Robson (Manager), Matt Bacon (Assistant) and myself, Stef Loucaides (Head Coach) and are very much a unit integral to the success of the team. Each one has an important role to play and the progress made over recent years could not have been made without the strength of the group.
"Hanna Robson, our captain, has driven the team on but each of the players has had an inspirational game that has contributed to the success of the season.Currently Carolina Boltz and Abbie Elliott are sharing the tag of leading goalscorer at something like 22 goals each.
"Off the pitch we do need to mention the great help of Lisa Sparkes at Kew Association who have been hosting us for the season."
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