Double treble signals fine win for St Albans Ladies

PUBLISHED: 16:20 19 September 2017 | UPDATED: 16:24 19 September 2017

St Albans Ladies have made a good start to the 2017-18 season.

St Albans Ladies have made a good start to the 2017-18 season.

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Hat-tricks from Sophie Monahan and Kayla Johnson set St Albans Ladies on their way to a huge 8-1 win against Sherrardswood.

The pair combined as early as the fifth minute, Monahan getting the finish, and she added her second shortly after, Suz Read getting the assist this time.

Sophie Lawrence found Ellen Salter for number three and although Sherrardswood pulled one back, Johnson opened her account for the fourth.

And she completed her hat-trick for 6-1 at half-time.

They couldn’t match the same performance in the second period but they still kept the scoreboard ticking over.

Monahan got her third, sweeping in another Johnson cross, and the scoring was finished by an audacious lob from 35 yards from Chloe Reeves.

The player of the match was Robyn McFayden for her fantastic role in defence.

Saints host Flitwick on Sunday, in a 2pm kick-off.

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