Brent girls end season with resounding win

PUBLISHED: 10:00 25 July 2018

The Brent under-11 girls' football team face the camera (pic: Brent Schools' FA)

The Brent under-11 girls' football team face the camera (pic: Brent Schools' FA)


Friendly: Brent under-11 girls 4 Ruislip Rangers 0

Brent under-11 girls finished the season on a high with a 4-0 victory over Ruislip Rangers.

Sophie Kew showed why she was named as her team’s most improved player this term by opening the scoring with a stunning 25-yard drive.

Rangers, though, went close to an immediate response, but found Brent stopper Milly-May Blue in good form between the sticks.

Brent were then given the chance to double their advantage when Maya Rosenberg’s effort was handled on the line by an outfield player.

Skipper Giuseppina Carnevale calmly converted from 12 yards to give her side a two-goal cushion.

Carnevale then added her second of the match with a terrific strike from the edge of the area as Brent held a 3-0 advantage at half-time.

The Brent captain completed the scoring in the second half with a fine solo goal to seal a memorable win for the youngsters.

Brent: Carnevale, Dibley-Dias, Ulusele; Nathanial, Blue, Silva, Santos-Ferreira, Kew, Easterby, McIntosh.

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