Charlton 6-0 Kinja U16s - Capital Girls League Cup Final
Report by Sue Prior
Page last updated at 8:21PM UTC, Saturday, 03 May 2014
Five-spice Charlie was too hot for Kinja as the Under 16s stormed to victory in the League Cup
The Addicks who had beaten Kinja Storm 4-0 earlier in the year in the cup group stages were quickest to settle and soon took control of the game with an early goal as striker Charlie Spice ran on to a through ball and lobbed the keeper.
Minutes later Spice added a second almost identical goal as she raced on to a ball over the Kinja defence and clipped the ball over the advancing keeper.
Charlton piled on the pressure and a snap shot from Chloe Brown flew over the crossbar before a 30 yard free-kick from centre-back Ellie Jeffkins went narrowly wide.
Spice then went on to complete her hat-trick as she connected with a ball in from Tiya Gilham-Law and again lobbed the keeper.
Kinja then won a free-kick but their player`s 30 yard effort went straight into the arms of Addicks keeper Rachel Pollard.
A counter attack from Kinja was then thwarted by Pollard who came out and forced their striker to shoot into the side netting.
The final action of the half saw another goalbound effort from Spice tipped wide by the keeper.
Spice helped herself to a fourth early in the second half as she intercepted a goal-kick and fired home into the empty net.
Ellie-Mae Brown-Araque then forced a corner and from Gilham-Law`s flag kick Spice headed wide.
Two long range strikes from skipper Daisy Monaghan flew over the crossbar as Charlton continued to press forward.
A low drive from Chloe Brown was then well saved by the keeper.
A quick Kinja break then saw their striker fire wide before they created another effort which Charlton keeper Liz Todd saved well at her near post.
The final stages of the game saw Kinja visibly tire and a strong run and shot from Chloe Brown was tucked home by Spice for her 5th of the game as a defender closed in.
Good passing build up then saw Chloe Stewart-wilkin fire low and wide of the target.
Striker Stewart-Wilkin was finally rewarded late in the game when Monaghan threaded the ball through for her to powerfully fire home the Addicks 6th goal.
Kinja did not give up the fight and in the dying minutes broke clear but could find no way past keeper Todd who made an excellent low save.
Congratulations to the team and coaches Kim Dixson and Jeremy Parsons
Charlton U16 Squad - Pollard, Gilham-Law, Jeffkins, Topcu, Jenkings, Brown-Araque, Parsons, Monaghan, Brown, Stewart-Wilkin, Spice, Wyatt-Smith, Todd, Ntege-Lawton, Mendez, Paine