Ladies win local derby

Harriers net three at Lea Castle…

Ladies striker Danni Selmes

Harriers Ladies picked up three points against local rivals, Cookley Sports Ladies, on Sunday.

Newly promoted Cookley had started the season strongly – winning their opening two games – but were behind inside 20 minutes at Lea Castle, Katie Priest heading home an Alex Nicklin corner.

Cookley worked their way into the game – looking dangerous on the break away – and equalised on 38 minutes as Harriers failed to clear their lines.

The second half saw Harriers create numerous chances, and eventually found the net to re-take the lead – Danni Selmes netting from the penalty spot after an hour.

New 19/20 season signing Selmes netted her fifth of the season fifteen minutes later, calmly firing it past the keeper to secure a 3-1 victory.

Next up for the Ladies is a trip to face Coventry City Women on 13th October.

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