TYNEDALE Ladies finished the first half of the season with a comprehensive win against a strong Jesmond Parish Church first team. 

The 3-1 victory saw them move up to fourth place in the Northumberland A League, with a record of four wins from eight matches played, and 20 goals scored overall. 

The match was Tynedale’s best performance of the season so far, with the team pulling off a wide range of short interlinking, and longer passes.

JPC did their best to cut out Tyne’s slick passing, and demonstrated their own skills while in possession. 
Holding out resolutely against a strong JPC attack, the Tynedale defence maintained its shape and discipline throughout.

Lisa Scott and Naomi Garner both had scoring opportunities, before Scott broke the deadlock. 
A drilled pass from Sue Crawford picked out Clara Hueschar, and following a series of short accurate exchanges through midfield, Scott finished with aplomb. 

Tynedale’s second goal saw Annie Anderson pick up a great pass from Esme Gallagher, with the former scoring with a clinical finish.

The second half saw Tynedale finally concede to JPC as a short corner shot found its way into the corner of the net.
But Tynedale stuck to their task, and restored their two goal advantage when player of the match Gallagher scored after a drive into the circle.