Fine team performance


Leicester City Ladies Tigers went on the attack from the first whistle against Whitwick Rockettes in the under 12s League, and opened the scoring after seven minutes when Kim dribbled to the edge of the box and slipped the ball through to Shannon who fired a low shot in to the goal.
The goal sparked Whitwick Rockettes in to a series of attacks with Mica in the Leicester City Ladies defence making a series of tackles and Beth making a fine save.
Leicester City Ladies Tigers doubled their lead when Fran hit a long clearance from defence which Kim chased and flicked past the Whitwick Rockettes keeper.
Laura added Leicester City Ladies Tigers third with a well placed shot when Kim found her in space in the box from a Lacy corner.
Leicester City Ladies Tigers started to pass the ball well, Shannon and Laura linked up well and then Laura nearly put Kim through on goal and then found Lacy in space on the edge of the box who fired a low shot in to the back of the net to give the Tigers a four nil half time lead.
Leicester City Ladies Tigers continued to attack at the start of the second half but the Whitwick Rockettes defended well.
Lauren was having a fine game in the Leicester City Ladies defence and with the assistance of Fran and Mica left Beth with little to do in the second half.
Twelve minutes in to the second half Kim scored Leicester City Ladies fifth goal with a strong run to the edge of the box and a strong shot in to the corner of the net giving the keeper no chance.
Laura added Leicester City Ladies Tigers sixth goal with a cross come shot that beat the unfortunate Whitwick Rockettes keeper.
Laura then turned provider when Louise latched on to a long ball over the top of the Whitwick Rockettes defence and hit an unstoppable shot in to the roof of the net.
Leicester City Ladies Tigers went eight nil up when a Laura cross was deflected in to her own net by an unlucky Whitwick Rockettes defender.
Just before the end Laura completed a well deserved hat trick with a long shot.
The parents player of the match award was the closest ever with Shannon, Laura and Kim each receiving a trophy.