Spalding ladies played March town on very windy home soil. Spalding dominated from the first whistle with a number of real chances on goal. Spalding pressed high with some excellent play from Roz Dennis weaving in and around players and put March under pressure. Some very good work in Spalding's defence with Maltby, Dalton and Pitts working together like a well-oiled machine getting the ball out of danger. Spalding's first goal came from Keyes who managed to slot the ball through the keeper's legs and it was soon to be followed by Holly Hetherington's Penalty Stroke goal to put Spalding in a 2-0 lead. After many more chances Spalding continued to push March’s defence and were rewarded once again when Roz straight strike from the top of the D found its way to the bottom right of the goal. Spalding's defence were tested on a few occasions but most of the possession was Spalding's. In the final 15 minutes, March managed to break into Spalding's defence with a powerful strike from a difficult angle. Spalding continued to push hard with the wide players moving the ball up the pitch hungry for more goals. This finally came with a beautiful low reverse ball from Hodgett in front of the keeper. Well done all a great team effort.