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Winning weekend for Development Team


AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth

Last weekend was another excellent one for the AFC Bournemouth women’s and girls’ teams, with the under-14s and under-16s both picking up three points, alongside a first win for the Development Squad.

Development Squad 

Dave Staddon's side travelled to Reading to face Tilehurst Panthers, where five different goal-scorers would secure a first league victory of the season.

First-half strikes from Ayuma Asira, Emily Trim, Grace Morgan and Daria Jesionowska near enough sealed the win for the Cherries, with Rosie Nicklen adding another from the spot in the 80th minute.


On the Saturday, the under-14 girls won their third game of the season in a thrilling 6-5 victory away at Yeovil.

Aimee C, Talulla and Amelia saw the Cherries sail into a 3-0 lead, before Yeovil fought back to go into half-time level.

Aimee C completed her hat-trick with two further goals, but Yeovil again struck back twice to level, before a late strike won it for the visitors. 


The under-16s also picked up three points over the weekend, after winning 2-1 away to the XL Football Academy in Kent.

All the action came in the second-half as goals from Hannah F and Lucy secured a superb comeback after the side initially went behind.

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