Heavy win for Evesham as injury cuts game short

Heavy win for Evesham as injury cuts game short

Heavy win for Evesham as injury cuts game short

First published in Sport

EVESHAM United continued their winning ways in the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Women's Football League with a 6-0 triumph over Worcester Olympic.

The game was halted after 80 minutes following a serious injury to the Worcester centre-half, who required an ambulance.

In windy conditions, the two teams at last managed to play a game on grass in 2014.

Katie Armento fired Evesham ahead on 10 minutes from Grace Harker's pass and three more goals followed before half-time.

Hannah Campbell capitalised on a right-wing break before Armento struck again and then provided substitute Immy Wray with a goal from almost her first touch.

Rosie Johns added a fifth in the second period after a run from midfield before speedy substitute Sophie Griffiths completed the scoring.


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