ADO ladies hammer SC Telstar

ADO ladies hit four goals in the pouring rain of the Kyocera stadium on Friday night. The home side got off to a flying start. In the second minute Lineth Beerensteyn crossed the ball across the area for Renate Jansen to apply a simple touch to put the ball into the back of the net, 1-0.

Only three minutes later ADO extended their lead. Tula de Wit released Kitty Susan who calmly finished with a nice finish that gave Melissa van der Wiel in the visitors goal no chance, 2-0.

ADO then seemed to relax a bit and allow Telstar more time on the ball, from which they grew in confidence. ADO keeper Jennifer Vreugdenhil having to pull off a fantastic double save to keep Telstar out. That kicked ADO back into life, Beerensteyn, Jansen and Susan all going close. Unfortunately ADO could not keep a clean sheet until half-time. A cross was misjudged by Vreugdenhil which allowed Stefanie van der Gragt to head the ball home in stoppage time, 2-1.

From the start of the second half ADO went for Telstar. Jansen clicked into action, she tore Telstar apart alongside Jansen. Beerensteyn becoming the target for some cynical and brutal tackling, once taking a nasty knock, but she refused to go off and she carried on.

ADO got their third goal in the fifty third minute. A great ball from Jansen found Tessa Oudejans, the ADO players was so relaxed as she neatly lofted the ball high over the keeper into the back of the net, 3-1.

ADO’s fourth and final goal came in the eighty first minute. A mix up in the Telstar area between the keeper and her defenders allowed Jansen to put the ball into Beerensteyn who smashed the ball into the net, 4-1.

This had been quite a simple game for the home side. They are starting to click now as the season progresses. Manager Marcel Valk looked very happy, as was the large crowd.

Attendance: 1,073

ADO player of the Match: Lineth Beerensteyn: Top class performance throughout, Telstar tried to kick her out of the game, but this teenager is one tough lady.

ADO ladies team: Jennifer Vreugdenhil, Daphne in ’t Veld, Hélène Heemskerk (61. Judith Frijlink), Paola van der Veen ©, Yvette van der Veen, Nadia van Beerschoten, Lineth Beerensteyn, Renate Jansen, Tessa Oudejans (81. Vesna Veltrop), Tula de Wit, Kitty Susan (82. Franca van Kuilen)

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