Four in a row for Colney Heath Ladies as Brentwood are the latest to fall

PUBLISHED: 15:59 17 April 2019

Colney Heath picked up a 2-0 win against Brentwood Town in the Eastern Women's Premier Division. Picture: STEPH WHITAKER

Colney Heath picked up a 2-0 win against Brentwood Town in the Eastern Women's Premier Division. Picture: STEPH WHITAKER

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A fourth straight win saw Colney Heath Ladies to a 2-0 win at home to Brentwood Town – a victory that puts them above their opponents in the Eastern Region Women’s Premier Division.

Charlene Moreton and Rianne Townsend-Brown scored the Colney Heath goals against Brentwood Town. Picture: STEPH WHITAKERCharlene Moreton and Rianne Townsend-Brown scored the Colney Heath goals against Brentwood Town. Picture: STEPH WHITAKER

Charlene Moreton gave Colney Heath an early lead, all from a fine passing move with the final strike lifted over the keeper.

And Brentwood's luck didn't improve as their keeper went off with a knee injury after landing awkwardly following a corner.

The stoppage took the sting out of the game and it was five minutes from the end before the Magpies got their second.

Rianne-Townsend Brown got it, unleashing a left-foot rocket from 25 yards.

Head coach Tony Kavanagh said: “Four straight wins at any level is a special achievement but with keeper Amy Mullett away with work centre-half Lucy Hancock has gone in goal and kept two clean sheets.

“That has contributed massively to this success. She is a real team player.”


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