Clark Drive Girls

U13 League Cup reports

Heston Rovers v Whites

THE girls played their part in a really good game on a wet morning in Dumfries on Saturday.

Although eventually losing a few goals at the end, the girls gave a very good account of themselves and worked well together as a team.

The goals came from Becca Sneddon, making her Drive debut, and Sophie Corbett, which was a cracker.

Thanks go to Heston for their hospitality.

Blues v Rutherglen

IT was also a miserable morning at Marress, and the conditions were very heavy for the girls due to the heavy rainfall, although the park was in remarkably good condition.

The weather didn't deter the girls or the opposition although the Rutherglen goalkeeper was in outstanding form.

The Blues coaches were delighted by the team's display. The girls are taking on board some of the good habits the coaches are trying to instil during training sessions and it seems to be paying off.

Squad: Skye, Aimee, Abigail, Millie, Abbey, Stephanie, Josslyn, Lara, Amie, Vanessa.

Scorers were: Stephanie (4), Josslyn (3), Abbey (2), Millie, Abigail, Amie and Lara.

All 10 girls did everything the coaches asked of them.

Glenburn v U11s Whites

GREAT football was produced by the girls, especially at the early start of 9.30am.

Thanks to the mums and dads for getting them there and supporting the girls. Also thanks to Katie Machett for helping the younger girls out, along with Ava Riddex who scored two hat-tricks.

Man-of-the match was Olivia Harvey.

U11s Blues v KSC

THE U11s Blues entertained KSC at Marress and were able to enjoy a great game between the two clubs. The highlights for the Drive girls were hat-tricks for Ellie Smith and Stacy Keenan but all over the park there were great performances and the girls can be pleased with their efforts.

Fun Fours

THE U9s were down at Caledonian this morning and again had two teams taking part in the Fun Fours.

Both coaches were pleased by the skill and efforts of the girls with goals coming from nearly every girl. Kenna Gentles helped Ayr out in their first game and scored the opener for them.

Again a big thanks to Gary from the SFA who handles everything with a smile and always has words of encouragement and also the parents for their backing.