It's a perfect ten for Chichester girls' team

Two of Chichester City's girls' teams enjoyed fine victories in the latest round of matches.


Chichester City 10 Newhaven 0

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Chichester started strongly and after just five minutes, Tilly Gray broke free down the right side and finished superbly.

Then Katie Lawrence, with a beautiful move down the left, ended with a shot into the top corner.

Chichester continued to press Newhaven with Lou Robson chipping a pass to Tilly Gray, who set up Grace Greenshield to score.

There was no stopping Robson - she kept breaking free and managed another great pass for Gray to score another.

It was 6-0 at the break but Newhaven came back out with more fight - although Chichester were not letting them through

.Libby Heath continued to clear any danger at the back.

Robson curled a corner straight in before Tahlia Juggins broke down the centre and crossed to Lawrence for her to slot home.

Another nice pass from Lawrence enabled Gray to put Chichester in double figures.


Chichester City 3 Lewes Bridge View 1

In Chichester’s first game in four weeks, the first half brought a lot of effort by both sides but very few goalscoring chances as Poppy Morgan and Phoebe Irish dealt comfortably with the away side’s attacks.

Chichester made two half-time substitutions, bringing on Sophie Weller and Bibi Fenton, and started to play with more intensity. Anne Smith soon forced a good save from the Lewes keeper.

The home team continued to press and Rebecca Mann crossed for Smith to open the scoring. But the lead was shortlived as Lewes equalised from a goalmouth scramble following a corner.

The Lewes keeper produced more good saves to deny Mann on two occasions.

The move of the match saw Morgan play a long pass to Mann, who crossed to Smith who restored the home side’s lead.

As Lewes searched for another equaliser, Bea Daley broke from midfield before Smith ran from the halfway line and calmly slotted past the keeper at the near post for her hat-trick.

CHICHESTER: Youngman, Morgan, Irish, Mann, Ewens, Daley, Smith, Fenton, Weller.