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Brislington striker Amber Coates was forced to miss their Women's FA Cup tie with Cheltenham Town on Sunday - through an injury caused by a poached egg.
Whilst poaching the egg at her house, it slipped and landed on her foot, the boiling egg white and hot water causing her to suffer a nasty burn which is likely to keep her out for a few matches.
Poor Amber has been shown little mercy by her Brislington team mates, the unusual circumstances of the injury causing great mirth and amusement amongst them, but she has taken it in good heart.
Amber shot to national prominence back in January 2013 when she scored a hat-trick in the opening four minutes of an FA Women's Cup tie for Bitton against AEK Boco, which is thought by many to be a record for the competition. Since then she has acquired a reputation as something of a goal poacher with her subsequent clubs, Downend Flyers and Buckland Athletic, before joining Brislington at the start of the season.
* We apologise to Amber if she wanted to keep this quiet but we have been egged on by a number of people at her club to publish the story...
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