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Cherries continue good run with win


AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth Women’s Development Squad looked to continue their good form when they welcomed Burlesdon to Bisterne FC at the weekend.

The home side started the game brightly, and within the opening five minutes both Sofia Sinaguglia and Helen Corbin had chances saved by the Bursledon goalkeeper.

The speed of the attacking line kept the chances coming for the Cherries, who scored their first goal inside 20 minutes.

Corbin produced an excellent curved run and latched onto an equally impressive through-ball from Rosie Nicklen, which was poked past the advancing goalkeeper.

The home side continued to press forward and were rewarded for their efforts when Nikki Young produced a bullet-header from a well taken EJ Stephens corner just eight minutes later.

Despite promising attacking play for the hosts, there were to be no more goals heading into the half-time break.

Following the interval, AFC Bournemouth once again looked threatening with their speed in attack, although they were unable to produce a clinical moment in the box.

Bursledon, on the other hand, were pressing well in midfield and remained strong defensively, but there were to be no further goals for either side, meaning a fourth clean sheet in a row for Cherries shot-stopper Steph Small and the team.

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