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Stroud gave another dazzling performance this week, dominating throughout their match with Lansdown 4th team.  This was a day for the forwards and they showed some impressive movement up the pitch.  Anne Narbour found oodles of space for her electric, solo runs whilst the perfect pairing of Hannah Scott and Sam Norman resulted in a shot from Hannah being deflected into the goal by Sam.  The mid-field too was impressive with Marie-Louise Finch and Marsi Whelan operating as a brick wall in the middle of the pitch and providing essential support for the forwards.  Sian Freer and Sandra Glass demonstrated some class moves and much clever stick work. The defence, when called into action, were up to the job:  new team member Grace Bedwell made an impressive debut and was awarded player of the match for her committed marking of the Lansdown left wing.  Kathy Williams' marking of a very nimble Lansdown forward was simply text book.  Although quiet in defence keeper Sara Price was on the case when called upon to save 2 shots from Lansdown with Di Furlong and Pauline Edgington providing calm back up when needed.  Three welcome points for a win.

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