STAFFORD Town ladies had an off day this week, crashing 7-0 away to Audley Ladies.
The visitors also lost the serves of defender Ollie Brazier with a serious ankle injury early in the match.
Her departure left Town with only ten players and Audley took full advantage.
Stafford’s player of the match was striker Jade Wood who worked tirelessly in attack.
Town’s next fixture sees Audley return to Evans Park, on Sunday, March 24, when it is hoped the home side will be able to field a much stronger team.
At junior level, Town girls under-16s slipped to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Burton Albion, who hit two late goals.
Lack of concentration led to Town under-13 girls
crashing 7-0 to Lichfield Diamonds.
Town lost the services of keeper Rebecca Scott
with an injury.
Striker turned defender Emilia Bowles picked up
Town’s player of the match award after an excel- lent performance.
Town Lionesses boosted their chances of the top league prize with a vital 3-2 win over Hednesford United under-10s thanks to a well taken hat-trick from Maia Till.