Hat-tricks galore as 2nd and 3rd Grade Vixens have weekend to remember

What. A. Weekend.

CSUFC’s female contingent have flexed their muscles over the weekend, banging in a ludicrous number of goals and racking up some outrageous scorelines in the process.

There were stars everywhere as not one, not two but THREE hat-tricks were seen across just 2nd and 3rd Grade Ladies on Sunday!

3rd Grade Ladies Red became the second CSUFC team to put up a ridiculous 9-0 scoreline in the space of two days as they smashed Scots at Proctor Park on Sunday morning. Despite having just nine players on the park, the Vixens were unstoppable – and none more so than central midfielder Julia Elks.

Julia Elks registered three goals and two assists for 3rd Grade Red at the weekend.

Elks put in the most statistical remarkable performance of the season thus far across the club on Sunday – smashing in three goals of her own as well as providing two assists. Her teammates were just as rampant, however, with Laura Fergus banging in a hat-trick of her own and by her own admission, she could have had many more.

Emily Heseldell also got in on the act, scoring a brace – while Tianna Douglas-Collison rounded out an extensive scorers list.

Later in the afternoon, Proctor witnessed another drubbing – this time dealt out by an in-form 2nd Grade Ladies side led by striker Naomi Keith.

Laura Fergus scored the first hat-trick of her football career in the 9-0 thrashing on Sunday.

Keith slotted a hat-trick of her own as her side registered a domineering 7-1 victory over Panda FC. She too wasn’t alone in finding the back of the net – with strike partner Katie Matthews banging in a double while Holly Williams and Kellie Leak grabbed one apiece.

Earlier, 3rd Grade White drew 1-1 with All Saints – Georgia Youngberry scoring the lone goal in that clash. While, First Grade Ladies rounded out the weekend in typical fashion, running out 2-0 winners in a fiery clash with Eglinton.

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