Yeovil Town Women kit started the second half of their FA Women’s National League Campaign on Sunday with a dominating 8-0 win over Hounslow Women.
Following a delayed kick off, Yeovil enjoyed early possession as Hounslow sat deep. Early chances for the game’s opener came through Meesha Dudley-Jones and Sarah Wiltshire but their strikes were well matched by Caoimhe O’Reilly in the Hounslow goal.
Yeovil looked to be set to break the deadlock as Strippel slipped an excellent through ball to the on running Kelly Aldridge. Free through on goal Aldridge found herself felled outside the box. As the match official consulted his assistant the crowd and both technically areas were confused to not see any card at all. The resulting free kick was straight at the wall.
The home side did get an opener as a Charlotte Buxton delivery was followed in by Sarah Wiltshire to touch home. The lad then double 2 minutes later as Katie Jones drove out of defence to find the run of Meesha Dudley-Jones who neatly turned as she collected the ball before cooly finishing.
Following the referee’s advantage from Hounslow being offside Yeovil countered as Dudley-Jones was released down the line and found Sarah Wiltshire. Wiltshire’s eventual shot after she neatly created space for herself looped over the ‘keeper via a deflection.
Hounslow pushed to trouble the Yeovil defence but were no match for Annie Heatherson and Thierry-Jo Gauvain at the back.
Annie Heatherson then calmly dispatched a penalty right before half-time.
HALF-TIME: Yeovil Town Women FC 4 – 0 Hounslow Women FC
The second half began with an early Yeovil goal. Dudley-Jones found Aldridge who played a clever ball round the corner to release Sarah Wiltshire who dink over the O’Reilly.
Debutant Ellie Strippel made an impressive start to her time with Yeovil and finally bagged a goal. Dudley-Jones crossed to the on running midfielder who needed a second attempt to score after O’Reilly blocked the first well.
Wiltshire smashed home her fourth after Yeovil worked the ball from side to side before Heatherson rolled in Wiltshire.
Yeovil’s final change saw the introduction 16year old goalkeeper Jazz Read replace Beth Howard.
Yeovil’s final goal of the day came from neatly worked play before Wegan Wood with time a space could slot home for Yeovil’s eighth.
FULL-TIME: Yeovil Town Women FC 8 – 0 Hounslow Women FC
Picture: Dudley-Jones scores. Credit: Mike Halford (YTWFC)