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Woodbridge Town ladies clinched the league Cup, Sadie Jamieson scoring a hatrick and Jess Oxlade the other in front of a bumper crowd and deserved their victory in an entertaining cup final.

Amy Cook's effort Went wide of the post after 20 minutes for the Woodpeckers but they took a deserved lead after 25 minutes when from Jamieson's pass, Oxlade shot made it 1-0. Oxlade's shot was on target after 40 minutes and an audacious lob by Jamieson missed the target. It was 2-0 after 43 minutes when after a handball inside the area, Jamieson made no mistake with the penalty.

Lucy Eagle's accurate pass after 47 minutes found Jamieson and her effort was on target. Eagle was provider again after 50 minutes when her pass was met by Jamieson and she lobbed expertly over the keeper. Jamieson completed a superb hattrick after 66 minutes with an excellent finish. Eloisa Bruce's shot tested the Brantham keeper after 68 minutes and in the last minute Brantham Captain Lucy Dunnett's excellent finish beat Florence Dickin to make it 4-1 at full time.

A Final which was a credit to both sides and an excellent advert for women's football.

Dickin, Ager (Capt), Eagle, Nicholson, Howe, Hadley, Jamieson, Tayler, Cook, Oxlade, Claridge, Subs: Kiwomya, Bruce, Murphy, Owen, King.

Referee: Mark Dyer, Assistants: Victoria Anderson, Inez Matty, 4th Official: Reese Bromley.

Att: 495

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