Sunday Invitation Ladies League - Richmond 4 v 4 Norton

Norton came out blazing and were incredibly very strong in attack. With some very quick young players they made short work of the Richmond defence scoring three goals in the first ten minutes, from Leanne Blacker, Laura Whaley, and Rachel Winn. However Richmond were not defeated yet. A penalty corner produced a goal from Louise Coyne and a good run up the length of the pitch from Richmond's defence from Sam Dunne resulted in a second goal.

With all to play for in the second half Norton appeared more determined and soon scored their fourth goal from Susie Winn, Richmond did not roll over and their determination lead to two further goals which were scored by Tanya Saunders and Lisa Goodchild.

Players of the match: Storm Brackenberry (Richmond), Susie Winn (Norton).

Stockton 1 v 0 Roseberry

In an evenly-matched game Roseberry started their attack early putting Stockton under pressure for the first ten minutes. Stockton then reversed play and the game continued with skillful passing and possession from both teams. The second half commenced with the same determination from both teams, the deadlock was finally broken after fifteen minutes when Stockton were awarded a penalty corner. An accurate ball was injected by Cath Iley to Liz Thompson who stopped the ball and passed it to Caroline Jones who made use of the space created to thunder the ball past Claire Ascough. Roseberry displayed a determination to equalise as Stockton battled to extend their lead, neither side succeeded and Stockton held onto their lead to record their fourth win from six games.

Players of the match: Cath Iley (Stockton), Rowena Simpson (Roseberry).

Stokesley 1 v 0 New Dales

A depleted New Dales team of nine had a daunting task ahead of them against Stokesley's squad of 15, however the visitors emerged from this game with a small defeat. Stokesley's one and only goal came in the first half from Julie Stainthorpe, the home side having most of the possession were unable to penetrate the New Dales defence, and keeper Gill Brine who again was in top form.

Players of the match: Julie Stainthorpe (Stokesley), Lucy Walker (New Dales).

Other results: Mackinlay 1, Guisborough 0; Thirsk 12, Tioxide 0