CLARK Drive Girls report
U13 Blues V Bonnyton
THE Blues turned in a very competent performance against local rivals Bonnyton.
The girls started off on the front foot and quickly took the lead, within the first 20 mins they found themselves 4-0 up through 2 goals by Amiee Morrison, Milly McGuire and Jossyln Fletcher.
Drive took a wee bit longer to start in the second half and a fine goal by Bonnyton's centre woke the Irvine side from their slumber. They soon added another three goals, with a double from Josslyn and one from Sophie Corbett.
Goalie Shaunie continues to do well with her distribution starting a few attacks. 
Abigail was her usual commanding self, Abbey  controlled the middle with her close control and Morgan stepped up to the Blues today and did really well playing the simple pass and was always in space. 
They now play Motherwell Clarets at Marress on Saturday. 

U11 Whites v Tass Thistle
WHITES played again in rainy conditions, which seem to who bring the best out of them. 
Today the girls were playing against a young Tass Thistle side who by no means made it easy for the girls. 
The Whites, captained today by Eilidh, got off to an early lead with good passing and some great shooting. They really did show how skilful they are becoming throughout the whole game and came out deserved winners.
Team: Bayley, Charley, Kaitlyn, Olivia, Emily, Chloe, Katie, Kendyl, Amy, Ava, Ellie, Eilidh, with goals coming from Ava, Kendyl, Emily, Bayley and a special mention to Kaitlyn who got her first goal for the team.
The team we would like thanks Tass Thistle for hosting them and wish the club all good luck for the rest of the season.

Fun Fives
THE U9s were down at Caledonian t taking part in the Fun Fives and both coaches, Stuart and Ian, were once again pleased by the skill and efforts of the team.  
A special mention must go every one of the girls who were fantastic today like they are every week. 
The team work and passing was there to see and they rounded off their performance with some superb goals.
It was great to see Keira Wilson score her first goal for the club.
Thanks from the club to the parents who turn up in great numbers every week to support the girls and give them great encouragement.