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Chichester & Selsey lift Hampshire Plate
 Women's Football Club News - 28 May 2021
 
 
Club News - Chichester & Selsey lift Hampshire Plate - 28 May 2021 - Women's Football News
 
After everything going on this year, it was great for youth football to be able to continue recently and Chichester and Selsey Under-16s continued where they left off, getting themselves into the Hampshire Plate Final on Saturday.
 
The game was played in a great spirit by both teams. The game was scrappy at times with Redlands defending well and trying to counter attack. Chichester and Selsey were pushing forward on a regular basis but the final ball just kept alluding them.
 
The match was goalless at half time and Chichester decided to make a couple of subs. Immediately into the second half they were on the front foot and pushing to get in front. A great ball in behind by Jess Key found Ellie Jefkins through and as the keeper came out, she coolly passed the ball to striker Amelia Hammond to put home into the open net, a great passing move finished as deserved.
 
Redlands has a couple of chances on the break but Mille Delamont in Chichester's goal was calm and collected to make the saves needed. The second goal came from a Jess Key corner with a scrap for the ball. First it cannoned off the bar, then Sophia Poling managed to hit her team mate Broghan Collier with it before it ricocheted back out and Hammond's scuffed shot eventually rolled over the line for 2-0.
 
The girls continued to play well and claimed the trophy with a clean sheet. Everyone played their part in the victory, from the starting players to the subs who came on and a great way to end their time together as a youth team before stepping into senior football next season.
 
Manager Mark Middleton said: "The girls were fantastic today, worked hard and deserved their trophy, I just love working with them all."
 
Coach (and club secretary) Caz Evans added: "Having worked with some of these girls since they were 8-9 years old, it is a fitting end to the team they have become. We have gained some amazing players over the years who have progressed together and deserved the win. I am excited to pass them on to the senior section now after so long and to watch them grow even more. They are a fantastic bunch of now young ladies who are an inspiration."
 
Chichester & Selsey squad: Millie Delamont, Broghan Collier, Sophia Poling, Charlie Davey, Ellen Middleton, Jess Key, Amelia Hammond, Ellie Jefkins, Molly Stoddart, Tatum Anwyl, Sam Dongo, April Mc Greal, Becca Johnson, Rosie Yates.
 

 
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