Evesham entertained Cookley Ladies in a rearranged game on Sunday looking for revenge on a cold still day. It didn’t take long for them to take the lead when a ball over the top found Amy Summers who coolly lobbed the visitors keeper. Emily Young again impressed on the right wing with her direct running was giving the Cookley defence a tough afternoon. She combined with Grace Harker who just shot wide. After dominating the first twenty minutes Cookley suddenly got a grip of the game pushing Evesham back and winning the midfield battle having a few shots which were high and wide.
The second half started and the first twenty minutes were very scrappy but then a corner on the left was cleared to Natalie Potter who belted the ball high in the net which the keeper never moved. This seemed to give Evesham confidence and a great move between Millie Meadows and Rosie Johns found Harker who cut in from the left to net in the far corner. Then seconds later a looping high shot from Potter deceived the keeper and flew over her head for a fabulous goal.
With Cookley looking for a consolation goal the Evesham defence was solid with Meadows and newcomer Nicole Crasic having fine games and keeper Lisa Cropper not having a save to make. The final goal came when a fine ball from Rosie Johns found Sylvia Dermont on the right who coolly scored to make it 5-0.