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Kings Langley Ladies beaten by Aylesbury
11:30am Friday 16th August 2013 in Sport
Kings Langley Ladies were unfortunate to lose to Aylesbury at the weekend, going down 4-2 in a pre-season friendly.
After falling behind to a goal in the first minute, Kings levelled five minutes later with Amy Earthrowl getting the final touch after a scramble resulting from Jade North’s corner.
Kings then took the lead just after the half-hour mark through Kim Nield’s delicate shot inside the near post. Nield nearly extended Kings’ lead just before half-time, racing onto Mary Hogand’s through ball only to see her shot just skip past the goal with the keeper beaten.
The hosts gradually wore a battling and defiant Kings side down and managed three second-half goals unanswered to take the spoils.
Kings travel to Milton Keynes this Sunday to take on City Belles FC in the third of their pre-season games.
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