CLARK Drive Girls 13s Whites produced a fantastic comeback against local rivals KSC on Saturday.

The day didn't start well when both Morgan and Emily got their wires crossed and went to Marress for the game.

At different stages Drive were losing by three goals, but never at any stage did they throw in the towel.

They were unfortunate not to take the three points with the Kilwinning goal leading a charmed life in the second half. Ironically the KSC girls could have clinched it with the last kick of the ball, however Morgan brought off a fantastic save to earn the draw.

Scorers were: Sophie 4, Becca and Katie G with a great equaliser. Thanks to Kilwinning for taking part in a great game and to Vicky Corbett for helping the girls change into their away strip before the game and helping after it.

THE Drive U9 Girls were understrength on Sunday with a few older girls on holiday but all turned in great performances and scored great goals!!

Emily Lennon and Charlie Dickson came over from their U11s games to help.

A special mention to player Emily Strain who celebrated her seventh birthday.

Thanks to William Gentles who helped out on the touchline.

DRIVE Girls U11s Blues travelled to Prestwick to play Glenburn.

It was an early start for us all on a cold and damp morning but that didn't stop the girls from playing their style of free-flowing attacking football with lots of passing and running with the ball resulting in an outstanding victory.

It was another great team effort with goals from Ellie, Katie G, Katie M Sophie and goal-machine Stacy!!

Special mention for Katie G as she played well and managed to score direct from a corner-kick.

Thanks also to Lauren and Charlotte for playing in nets.

Squad: Charlotte, Lauren, Katie M, Iona, Ellie, Sophie, Katie G and Stacy.

CLARK Drive Girls U11 Whites played Ayr. It was a bit of a wet start to the morning at Caledonian parks in Prestwick. The Whites had a few faces missing but fielded a team with only one substitute. The girls played three 15-minute games. Game One: Ayr 8 Whites 4; Game 2: Ayr 4 Whites 1; Game 3: Ayr 4 Whites 5.

Overall it wasn't the greatest day of football for the girls, a few mistakes were made and they unfortunately played the last two games with no substitute as they lost Kaitlyn Owens to a muscular injury. There had some really good individual performances today from the girls and some well-worked goals. On target were: Ava Riddex (5), Kendyl Daddy (3) and Emily Lennon (2). Assists went to: Ava Riddex (2), Amy Brown (2), Bayley Hanvey and Emily Lennon. Player of the matches was Emily Lennon for great determination and grit throughout the three games. They train on Tuesdays.

THE Drive Girls Under-13s Blues played FC Kilmarnock in the League Cup final at Lesser Hampden on Sunday.

The girls set off early for their 9.30am kick-off and it was a tremendous honour and opportunity for them to play in the historic stadium, which lies in the shadow of the National Stadium at Hampden.

Scottish Women's Football did a great job of promoting the girls game today and they appointed a referee and two linesmen.

The girls started on the front foot and were unfortunate not to score after a flowing move straight from kick-off.

After this Kilmarnock gained the upper hand and closed out the half well on top with their play and goals.

Following a good half-time talk the girls came out all guns blazing and notched two quickfire goals. Kilmarnock again came back into the game again though and notched a few more goals, before Drive scored a late consolation.

All of the girls are a credit to themselves, their families and the club and we are all so proud of them managing to get to the final of the League Cup.

Thanks to all the the family and friends who continue to give their unstinting support to Clark Drive Girls Blues, squad today was: Lara, Aimee, Abigail, Millie, Abbey, Stephanie, Josslyn, Caitlin, Erin, Amie and Vanessa. Goalscorers were: Josslyn (2) and Millie.