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Kingstonian completed the rarely achieved feat of a perfect League season in the Surrey County Women's League with a 2-0 away win over second place Egham Town at the Runneymede Stadium.
K's debut season has resulted in 21 straight wins as well as victory over the same opposition in the League Cup final.
Kingstonian were made to work hard for their victory in sweltering conditions by Egham, themselves completing a very successful debut season. A headed own goal just after the half hour from a Rebecca Bradshaw cross gave K's an advantage which they kept comfortably to the break.
However the Champions were indebted to a superb save by keeper Coral Robinson to preserve their advantage, diving to turn away a fierce close range drive. The second goal simply would not come, though Kingstonian created several great chances and the season long 100 per cent record was in danger right up to the 90th minute.
Finally, defender Lucy Potter went forward put the seal on the result with a 30 yard effort and ensure the perfect season was complete.
(Report by Patrick Higgins, photo - www.jamesprickett.co.uk)
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