IES Ladies Super Saturday! 21st October

IES ladies were a force to be reckoned with this weekend, bringing home four fantastic performances which resulted in four wins.

The day started at home with IES ladies 3s vs Felixstowe 4s. The ladies worked extremely well as a team and came away with a 16-0 win. The goals were from Annis Cousins (6), Issy Murison (2), Vicky Watts (1), Daisy Nunn (5) and Kay O’Reilly (2). This pushed the ladies into 1st place in the league and they are looking forward to next week’s match against Harwich 2s.

Ladies 2’s travelled to Framlingham for an 11:15 game. After a great win last week, spirits were high. It took them the first 5/10 minutes to really settle into the game. They dominated the first half, with many shots on goal. Cathy Cook opened the score and then also got the 2nd goal from a great penalty flick. Maddie scored the 3rd goal before 1/2 time after some great quick passes. The 2nd half IES continued to maintain possession. Lots of short corner practice with Saph scoring the 4th goal from a straight strike off a short corner. Cathy then managed her 2nd week of scoring a hat trick getting the 5th goal. Finally Mollie completed the game with the 6th goal and also gaining Man of the Match vote. Great team work, effort and skills involved throughout the game.

Ladies 4’s were home vs Christchurch 3’s at 11.30am. They took home their first win of the season Christchurch 1-0 which means they are now 6th place in the league table. All of the ladies worked incredibly hard throughout the match and a fantastic goal from a short corner by Rachel Harrison sealed the deal. The ladies 4’s go from strength to strength each week as they develop as a new team. Although there was great performances from each of the ladies on Saturday Arwen took home player of the match.

And last but by no means least:

Ladies 1s faced Harleston Magpies at 1pm. With the benefit of a home game, and some good results under our belt, the ladies were confident going into battle. Winning first push back, the girls began their attack straight away, and with a series of surges from the midfield, the girls had a number of opportunities, but Harleston GK was strong and denied the girls anything.
After the first 15-20 minutes the girls began to tire, and Magpies took their opportunity to punish IES and opened the scoring. Maybe the wake-up call that IES needed the girls reacted quickly, a short corner was won and fired in by striker Georgia Harrold. This was then quickly followed by another short corner routine where Hannah Reed managed to find the back board. Scores at half time were IES 2 -Magpies 1.
The second half IES seemed to have the majority of the possession Heather Dixon laying off some great balls to youngster Alex Tomlinson who had some fantastic runs up the sidelines. Stalwart Maria Wheelan was the next to score for IES from another short. IES feeling more confident continued to transfer the ball, which lead to another open play goal from skipper Abi Elsom.
Harleston clever in their attacks saw IES weaknesses, and played on them. A number of times managing to hit the ball through IES press and threaten IES defence. However, despite IES giving the crowd another nail bitting finish they managed to keep Harleston from scoring (despite 2 short corners right at the end!) Taking it to the wire in true IES style the game finished 4-1.
This was a very positive victory which keeps us top of the table ahead of next weeks opponents Dereham on goal difference. There were some very good individual performances which gives us optimism for our top of the table clash next week.

Girls SYL Tournament – Sunday 15th October

Here are the details from the Girls SYL tournament at Bury this past Sunday:

IES Black

0-0 V Ipswich
2-0 V Felixstowe 2’s (Zoe Tanner, Isabella Jack)
3-0 V Bury 3’s (Isabella Jack, Bea Chilvers, Kate Smith)

IES Red

1-0 V Bury 1’s (Beau Barrington-Hibbert)
9-0 V Felixstowe 1’s (Beau Barrington-Hibbert 3, Hannah Gray 2, Thalia Clement 2, Lucy Bowden, Madeline Buchanan)
2-1 V Sudbury (Hannah Gray, Madeline Buchanan)

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Senior Training Times

As the start of the season rapidly approaches, here is a reminder about senior training times.

MENS TRAINING

Men’s regular season training starts this week at the following times:

Tuesdays
Mens 3s-6s
7.30pm – 9pm

Wednesdays
Mens 1s-2s
7.30pm – 9pm

LADIES TRAINING

Ladies pre-season continues for another two weeks and is £2 per session. Wednesday 20th September goes back to regular league training (no cost to members).

Wednesday 6th and 13th September
ALL ladies – 7.30 – 9pm. £2 per session.

Wednesday 20th September onwards:
Ladies 3s – 4s: 7pm – 8pm
Ladies 1s – 2s: 8pm – 9.30pm

IES Club Day 2017

We held a very successful club day yesterday, starting with a junior session at 10am and followed by several friendly games against other local clubs. Thank you to everyone who came along and thank you to everyone who was involved in the organisation and running of the day.

The results from the games were:

IES M1 v Cambs City M2 – game not played as the visitors could not raise a side;
IES M3 4 : 2 Ipswich M2
IES M4 2 – 1 Lowestoft Railway M1
IES M5/6 0 – 3 Lowestoft Railway M2

IES L1 4 : 5 Ipswich School 1st
IES L1/2 4 – 2 Christchurch L1
IES L2/3/4 1 – 0 Christchurch L2/3

IES Charity Day 2017

A huge thank you to everyone who attended and organised our annual charity tournament today, held at Ipswich High School for Girls. The day was a big success, raising money from the tournament, BBQ, lucky numbers grid and facepainting – plus lots of generous donations. It was a fantastic day and together we managed to raise £1,100 for St Elizabeth’s Hospice!

Thank you to Kevin Burch for filming the day and putting together the above footage.
Thank you also to George Pinner for coming along and taking part in the day.

Jake Davey and Oli Juszt

Jake Davey and Oli Juszt represented England u16s in a tri series versus Germany, Cologne.

 

IES ‘Black’ 0-3 Framlingham A – Match Report

IES ladies black played against a formidable Fram A this evening. The ladies battled hard but came away with a 3-0 loss. Kay O’Reilly was on fire as goalkeeper and kept the score from being much higher with some impressive saves and clearances.

Despite some good movement up the pitch and lots of pressure, IES just couldn’t get the ball in the back of the net.

IES black have their last summer league game next Thursday.