Kendal Town Ladies lost 3-0 to Bury at The ST&B Accountants Stadium. Kendal, who were playing their first game in four weeks, played well despite the defeat. Ultimately, Bury's quality told, especially in the second half as Kaitlin Sanderson's brace and Jordan Bailey's excellent solo effort sealed the win. Kendal made a positive start and pressed Bury back in the opening stages.
A FIRST-half penalty condemned Kendal Town to a 1-0 defeat at home to Tadcaster Albion. Aaron Hardy converted for the visitors on the stroke of half time, after Ben Thomas had felled former Leeds United winger Billy Whitehouse in the area. Kendal dominated the second half but Tadcaster held onto secure victory while The Mintcakes' poor run of form continued. The Yorkshiremen started the game well on a heavy pitch at the ST&B Accountants Stadium, while Kendal struggled to get going.
SIX games survived the weather in The James Cropper Westmorland Football League on a miserable Saturday afternoon. In Division One, Appleby crashed to a surprise 1-0 home defeat to Kirkoswald. Appleby, who missed out on an opportunity to close the gap on league leaders Keswick, did well to get the game on in what was the only Division One fixture played.
@TadcasterAlbion@kendaltownfc Hi i am from kendal, it rained on Wednesday Night, Its been dry, sunny, with hail today. Supposedly dry Saturday, i don't know what the pitch is like i have not seen it for ages. Fingers crossed
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