Charlton 11-0 Chichester City Reserves
Report by Sue Prior
Page last updated at 7:57PM UTC, Sunday, 06 March 2016
The Reserves proved far too strong for Chichester with Darcy Wells claiming a hat-trick and Rosey Sullivan, Sarah Bridges & Ruby Southgate netting their first ever Addicks goals
On a freezing cold afternoon at Sparrows Farm manager Riteesh Mishra gave Rosey Sullivan her 1st start following her ACL injury and also included Japanese midfielder Yuki Yoshinaga for her last game for the Addicks before returning home.
Charlton dominated from the off with Lauren Parsons heading a cross from Charlotte Lee over early on. A powerful Charley Clifford strike from the edge of the area brought a good save from the Chichester keeper minutes later.
The Addicks didn`t have long to wait to open the scoring when on 9 minutes a great through ball from Parsons was tucked into the far corner of the goal by Kylie Manktelow.
On 23 minutes Lee sent over a corner which was met by centre-back Rosey Sullivan for her first Addicks goal.
Just a minute later Charley Clifford fired home a third from 20 yards into the bottom corner of the goal.
It was the Lee-Sullivan combination again after 27 minutes as Sullivan volleyed home another corner at the far post.
Five minutes before half-time Manktelow claimed goal number five as she beat the keeper to a short back pass to force the ball home.
Yoshinaga went close early in the second half as she weaved her way through the Chichester defence only to see the keeper save with her feet.
Sarah Bridges wasted no time getting on the scoresheet heading home a corner within two minutes of taking the field for her first Charlton goal.
Just past the hour it was another first as right-back Ruby Southgate curled the ball into the top corner for her inaugural Addicks goal
Goal number eight came after 65 minutes as a superb ball from Yoshinaga picked out Darcy Wells who slotted the ball past the keeper.
After 75 minutes a right-wing cross from Manktelow was converted at close range by Wells for her second.
Goal number ten came after 80 minutes and was fittingly scored by Yoshinaga after some neat one-touch play.
Three minutes later Wells completed her hat-trick and wrapped up the scoring as she pounced on a lose ball to fire home from close range.
Charlton: Baker, Southgate, Russell, Sullivan (Bridges 60mins), Pearch, Clifford, Parsons (Monaghan 46mins), Lee (Giordani 46 mins), Yoshinaga, Wells, Manktelow.