Aylesbury United Ladies travelled to yet another away game to play Harefield Ladies in the Plate competition. Although playing the better football in the first half Aylesbury went into the break a goal down as Harefield took advantage of an Aylesbury central defender being on the ground injured. Harefield played some better football in the second half and Aylesbury could never really get a grip on the game. With the game coming towards its closing stages Aylesbury pushed forward which left gaps at the back and Harefield scored a couple more to make it a very flattering 3-0 at the end. Aylesbury played some good football, especially player of the match Jen Lambie on the left wing, but with so many players missing they did not really have the cohesion that has been seen in the previous few games.
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