THAME ladies first team showed their dominance of the league as they continued their 100 per cent season with an impressive 7-0 home win over Sonning – taking their goal difference for the season to an amazing +135.
The home side started well playing their usual game of building from the back and spreading the play.
Bridie Williamsons’ free hits switched the direction of play from the left to right and broke and the Sonning defence with ease as they struggled to adapt.
The scoring started when good work from Karen Spiller, Rosie Corby and Sarah Sawrey-Cookson put Clare Harris through to score. As has often been the case this season, the first goal opened the floodgates and Harris was on hand to increase her personal tally to four.
Thame began playing some great hockey and numerous goal chances were created by Vikki D in midfield but Sonning were literally defending on their line and managed to save numerous shots.
Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes showed great skill lifting the ball to beat players and helped herself to two of her own.
The final goal was scored by captain Charlotte Lynch who arrived unmarked from midfield and finished with a strong strike from the top of the D.
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