Colney Heath put to the sword by strong Thame forwards
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Colney Heath couldn't build on their win over St Neots Town as Thame United's much-heralded strike force handed them a defeat.
Guerin Nimi's first goal for the Magpies had left them at 1-1 before two goals in the final six minutes of the first half put the hosts in command.
Elias Nichols added a consolation late on as Colney Heath went down 5-2.
Harvesters girls have enjoyed plenty of football in the run up to the Christmas break.
The U16s fell to a 7-2 defeat on a very muddy Harefield United pitch, their goals coming from Meeka Nightingale and Maisie Filler, but one week before that they had enjoyed a super morning in the sunshine, beating Bedwell Rangers 4-1.
Two long-range strikes from Charlotte Nelson put them 2-0 ahead at half-time before Nightingale added another two after the break.
Ellen Turner gave a tenacious performance in midfield and the defence was very well marshalled by Issy Habbick.
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The U18s were also playing Bedwell Rangers, although this time away, and they returned home with an 8-0 win in the bank.
Amy Smith, Eliza Telford, Gracie Hickey-Carson and Mia Pullan all got singles while there were two each for Hollie Thornton and Renee Brodie.