ISFA GIRLS NATIONAL U18 REPRESENTATIVE SQUAD

Girls U18 National Squads Selection

Following yesterdays trials day, the following players have been selected to represent ISFA at the upcoming development camp taking place in Cambridge on Thursday 26th – Friday 27th October.

U18 Girls National Squad: 

Linda Afuakwah                   St Christophers School
Beth Barzotelli                      Kings College Taunton
Ingrid Brodersen                      Guildford High School
Isobel Coppel                         Oakham School
Charlotte Heggs                    Twycross School
Jenny Hughes                        Berkhamstead School
Drew Lawrence                     Bedes
Khalea Lewis-Vaike                Bedford Modern
Alexandra Malzer                   Ardingly College
Ella Needham                          Loughborough High School
Leilanni Nesbeth                    Bedes
Grace Perkins                         Kings College Taunton
Eloise Sentence                     Oakham School
Amelia Shiner                        South Hampstead High School
Lena Stroem                          Headington Girls High School
Olivia Syson                           St Albans Girls School
Sophie Tudor                          St Josephs College
Anna Tumilty-Gutierrez           King Alfred School
   
Non travelling reserves:  
Christina Binyon                      Tormead School
Cara Dromgoole                      City Of London
Lannece Hole                          Kings College Taunton
Francesca Hsu                        Malvern College
Helen Kelly                             Loughborough High School
Francecsa Scott                      Shrewsbury High School

AUSTRALIA ARE TOO GOOD

Sunday 15th January
ENGLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS 0 AUSTRALIA SCHOOLS 4
Clifton College Sports Centre

ISFA girls played their final game of the season against a quick Australia team. ISFA started slowly and after a spell of pressure from the Australians found themselves 1-0 down after failing to clear a corner. Minutes later Australia doubled their lead when a mix up at the back allowed the forward to tap home. ISFA grew into the game and created some chances themselves but were unable to find the finishing touch.

Early in the second half ISFA looked to be taking control of the game. Sarah Hill created some space after some brilliant footwork but a last ditch tackle prevented an almost certain goal. Australia broke quickly from this and almost immediately added to their lead. In the final moments the visitors added a fourth with a well struck shot from the edge of the box. A good team performance that the girls should be proud of but unfortunately fell short of the strong Australian squad.

 

Following the match, the ISFA Girls received their international caps.

Further photos from this match are available from www.rwt-photography.co.uk

 

 

 

 

ST. GEORGE'S PARK - DECEMBER 2016

ISFA U18 Girls 0 – 5 Welsh Colleges

ISFA battled hard but Welsh College proved too strong scoring four goals in the first half. ISFA came out much stronger in the second half, pressing Wales and preventing them from playing. Caroline Handford pulled off some excellent saves in the second half but Welsh Colleges managed to slot home won to end the game 5-0.

RWT Photography (www.rwt-photography.co.uk or 01733 204445) attended this match.  A selection of photographs can be found on their website.

 

ISFA U18 Girls 3 – 1 Shropshire Schools
St. George’s Park

ISFA U18s started their St George's Park camp with a game against Shropshire Schools. Despite dominating possession in the first half, ISFA found themselves 1-0 down at half time after failing to deal with a long ball. Following some changes in the second half ISFA began to capitalise on their possession and equalised through Sarah Hill following some lovely interchange play. ISFA's confidence grew and minutes later took the lead when a Shropshire player headed into her own net from Isobel Coppel's in swinging corner. Lucy Withers wrapped the game up with 15 minutes to go with a perfectly placed 30 yard lob over the Shropshire goalkeeper. 

ISFA IMPRESS AT CAMBRIDGE CAMP

Friday 28th October
ISFA U18 4 CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY 0
Fenners Cricket Ground

The first half of this match, played at an historic venue, was a slightly scrappy affair with the ISFA Girls apparently showing the effects of a game the previous evening.  However, the second half proved a very different affair with ISFA taking the initiative and dominating the game. Francesca Scott opened the scoring with a powerful finish across the goalkeeper and ISFA were soon 2-0 up when Anna Jowle's free kick was palmed out by the Cambridge keeper and Izzy Emmett was on hand to nod the ball home.  A remarkable strike from Marie Stute from inside the centre circle was next and the scoring was complete when Khalea Lewis-Vaike burst through and Sydney Conway added a fourth to seal a very impressive second half performance and a most encouraging Cambridge Camp.

Thursday 27th October
ISFA U18 5 CAMBRIDGE CITY 2
at Huntingdon Town FC

The ISFA Girls started the game very strongly and played with a real attacking intent from the first minute. Some excellent midfield passing created early chances and it wasn’t long before they took the lead when Francesca Scott opened the scoring with a tidy finish after some excellent build up play.  ISFA soon doubled their lead when Izzy Emmett finished after she was set-up with a delightful back heel From Francesca Scott. Anna Jowle then added two goals, the second a 25 yard screamer that gave the goalkeeper no chance, that saw the ISFA girls race into a 4-0 lead after 20 minutes. Cambridge City soon hit back with after some wonderful build-up play was finished off and the score remained 4-1 until half time.

ISFA once again started the second half strongly and produced some excellent football passing the ball through the thirds and creating chances, with the pace of the forwards creating a constant threat. Francesca Scott got her second goal of the game with a low drive across the keeper before Cambridge City rounded off the scoring with a precise chip over the goalkeeper.

The game finished 5-2 with both teams contributing to an excellent game with some exceptional football on display. 

Photographs of the match with Cambridge City are courtesy of RWT Photography. These and other photographs of the match can be ordered from www.rwt-photography.co.uk or by ringing 01733 204445.

 

 

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