Notts County under 10s welcomed Woodlands to Rolls Royce and the winning run continued for the magpies with an excellent performance by all the girls who managed seven in another very good display of teamwork which has grown over the first four games of the season. Goals from Tia Wheelhouse (2), Jessica Abdy (1), Isla Newbury (1), Grace McGee (1), Grace Kernaghan (1) and Mia Shanahan (1). A solid performance at the back from today's player of the match Rosie Edmonds who managed to prevent several goal scoring opportunities. Another well-deserved win. Well done girls!

Notts County under 10s with a full squad of 14 players kept their winning run intact away to West Bridgford Black. The mini pies are responding well to playing in a number of different positions, whilst still keeping good balance to the side. They've now scored 20 goals in the last 3 games conceding only 4. Today's goals were scored by Jessica abdy (2) Tia wheelhouse (2) Isla Newbury (1) and player of the match Ellie-may Bramley who never stopped throughout the whole game and scored a great individual goal!

 

Notts County Ladies DFC Under 10’s finally got the monkey off their back today in regards to beating Southwell. They are a team we've had many (footballing) battles with over the last few seasons. This last game was no different. Southwell took the lead in the first quarter, but the Mini-Pies hit back in style. Our first goal went in off a Southwell defender from a fiercely struck shot from Kayleigh Street. Our second was a delight to watch as the ball was played out from the back, Isla Newbury played the ball perfectly for Ellie-May Bramley who tapped the ball in. Isla then got her name on the score sheet with a neat finish but another deflected shot from Jessica Abdy wrapped the game up. Another super display, girls! Well done! Goal scorers: Kayleigh Street, Ellie-May Bramley, Isla Newbury, Jessica Adby. Player of the match awarded to Isla Newbury.

 

The Under 10's were at home to Radcliffe Olympics FC. The team displayed some well worked passing moves as well as some good individual runs. Many chances were created and although the opposition's goalkeeper had some good saves, chances were converted into goals and the opposition were unfortunate to score an own goal towards the end. The young magpies played well as a team. The new players slotted in well. Every player did what was required of them. Overall, it was an impressive performance by the team and it looks very promising for the season ahead. Goals from Mia Shanahan, Isla Newbury, Jessica Adby (3), Ellie-May Bramley, Rosie Edmunds, Tia Wheelhouse, Dulcie Rhodes. Player of the match awarded to Jessica Adby.

With a skeleton squad of 7 for Notts County under 10s trip to Bingham in the League Cup and it was looking like it was going to be hard going on a heavy pitch. But a bright and lively start by Notts County soon had the upper hand and this is how it remained for the whole 40mins. Keeper Chelsea Musgrove marshalled her area well and made some great goal kicks linking up well with her team mates every time. Lucia Wardle got into some super positions which gave her several great chances at goal. An early own goal from a corner by the home side spurred Notts on even more as Ellie Barrow dealt with a tricky winger and kept her at bay for the whole match as did player of the match Ameilyah Rimell starting in the centre and then dropping into left back with some great challenges and an all round brave effort. Elena Gale switched from defence to midfield to create more chances on goal with great runs and ball distribution. Phoebe-Wardle-Collins as usual tucked away notts 2nd goal after a pacey run through the defence. The 3rd goal came from centre half Chloe Phillips as she pounced on a loose ball on the half-way line and took off before firing in a powerfull shot. The under 10s ran down the clock in the 2nd half as the weather drew in on a cold and blustery morning. The game was played in a respectful way by both sets of girls. It was a result they should all be proud of as well as the way they conducted themselves on the pitch.

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