Another big win for Supermarine Ladies

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There was no respite for Supermarine Ladies despite a a break from league action as they beat Chesham Ladies 34-0 in a friendly match.

In what turned out to be an extremely physical match, both sides played with a fantastic attitude although it was Supermarine who dominated proceedings.
Supermarine started the match brightly and scored early on when some fantastic running and nifty footwork from centre Harriet Marshall set up Alana Smith to score the opening try.
Chesham then gained possession and slowed the game down, making it tough for Supermarine to earn a turnover.
But once Supermarine regained possession the ball was shipped out wide to Emma White who sprinted over the whitewash for the home side’s second try of the match.
Supermarine then took full advantage of a weak restart with Lucy King driving over the line and Claire Wilson converting the try.
Wilson then struck early in the second half for Supermarine as she converted her own try to extend the hosts’ lead.
Supermarine president Teresa Bickell then added another try, her first since returning from injury before flanker Sam Gooch put her body on the line to score one last try.
Back of the match went to Emerald Fisk, who was playing out of position at full-back, while forward of the match went to Lucy King.
Supermarine Ladies host Bath Ladies at home this weekend, kick-off at 2.30pm.