Tough outing but confident performance from Saffron Walden PSG U11 girls
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Saffron Walden PSG U11 Girls had to battle tough opposition and less-than-ideal weather conditions in their latest outing.
The match against Cambridge City was played in low temperatures at Herbert's Farm but the home team had a good start with an early goal for Alice.
And that was then followed up by more from her team mates. Further goals came from Amy, playing in a new role much further forward than her usual centre-half position, Coco, who scored with a hard low drive from a tight angle, and Isabelle who hit the back of the net from a corner.
The visitors from Cambridge had some fantastic individual performances and great sweeping moves, including a well-worked goal down the right, but PSG had enough in the tank to come away with a confidence-boosting performance.
The club are looking for more players to expand their squads in all age groups.
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