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Although the various stoppages during the campaign limited the season to just five league games, playing each other once, the division was always a close one at the top with three teams in contention at one stage.
Ellesmere Port opened up their season back in October and defeated Whitchurch Alport 8-0 in their opening match, before sharing a 2-2 draw with Brookvale Utd the following week.
However, they had to wait exactly six months before playing their next league match but made up for lost time on their return, winning 4-0 away to Frodsham Juniors. This was followed by a twelve-goal victory against Malpas Women which set them up for the title showdown against Ashville Youth, who had won their previous four games and went into the match needing to avoid defeat to be crowned Champions, but it was Ellesmere Port who took the honours with a 3-2 victory. "For the neutral, it was an unbelievable end-to-end game with passion, desire and some great football all round," Goalkeeping coach Sam Phillips told Women's Soccer Scene.
Ellesmere Port Town are managed by Nigel Basnett, with Luke Jones as First Team Coach and Sam Phillips undertaking the roles of Goalkeeping Coach and Physio. They play their home matches at Whitby Sports & Social Club in Ellesmere Port.
The team is captained by Lydia Ward and their leading goalscorer is Chelsey Hodgin with ten to her name, including a six-goal haul in their penultimate match against Malpas.
Back Row: Sam Phillips (Coach), Nigel Basnett (Manager), Helen Cann, Keri Sampson, Lucy Carlin, Chelsey Hodgin, Sam Oakes, Sarah Newton, Emily Mcubbing, Lydia Ward, Luke Jones (Coach)
Front Row: Leanne Sampson, Louise Wilson, Lindsey Taylor, Dani Painter, Aimee King, Ella Walmsley, Amy Jones, Claire Hannigan.
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