Football: Brent under-11 girls’ team suffer double defeat at hands of Barking & Dagenham

PUBLISHED: 10:00 16 May 2018

Brent under-11 girls' football team face the camera (pic: Stephen Toddington)

Brent under-11 girls' football team face the camera (pic: Stephen Toddington)


A round-up of the latest matches involving the Brent under-11 girls’ team

Brent under-11 girls’ team put in another strong performance against Barking & Dagenham in a double header at Capital City Academy.

Brent matched the visitors for long periods in both games, but in the end could not contain Barking, going down 2-0 and 3-0 respectively.

The hosts came close in the first game with a fierce shot from Tammy Nathaniel, who impressed up front.

Other highlights for Brent were Brianna John-Etiko who shone in midfield with Laibha Mir and Keely Dibley-Dias who put in another impressive performance at the back along with Sophie Kew.

Brent coach Chris Ampofo remained upbeat “The team worked their socks off and showed great spirit. They pushed Barking all the way and can be proud of their efforts.”

Brent: Carnevale, Dibley-Dias, Ulusele, Nathanial, John-Etiko, Blue, Silva, Mir, Margetson, Santos-Ferreira, Kew, Easterby.

Brent under-10 girls’ team will play in the Capital Girls League tournament at The Hive this Saturday.

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