Girls on the ball

Te Awamutu player of the day Kyla Pegler dribbles forward under the watchful eye of her team mate Ayla McArthur and Cambridge’s Natalie Ball

The Women’s World Cup has sparked a huge surge of interest in football – and it was on show in Cambridge last weekend as Te Awamutu and Cambridge battled out an entertaining seven-aside Under-10s game.

The visitors came away with a 2-1 win. Te Awamutu’s player of the day was Kyla Pegler, while Pippa Spence stood out for Cambridge.

Mary Anne Gill was there to capture the action.

Cambridge’s Isla Lee watched by goalie Zoe Mason attempts to bring the ball out of defence under the challenge of Hannah Empson of Te Awamutu in the under 10 girls football match played in Cambridge on Saturday.

Cambridge’s Isla Lee and Ashlyn Murney of Te Awamutu grapple for possession in the under 10 girls football match played in Cambridge on Saturday.

Cambridge’s Natalie Ball and Nina Diack battle for possession in the under 10 girls football match played in Cambridge on Saturday.

Te Awamutu’s Heidi Beattie watched by Cambridge’s Natalie Ball in the under 10 girls football match played in Cambridge on Saturday.

Cambridge v Te Awamutu Football

Cambridge v Te Awamutu Football

Cambridge v Te Awamutu Football

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