ADO ladies Pelova, joins up with Dutch national squad

National coach Sarina Wiegman has included 24 players in her selection of the Dutch women’s team for their training camp in La Manga, Spain. Victoria Pelova has been selected from ADO ladies. For the talented midfield star, this is the first time she is in the squad.

The Oranje lionesses will be in Spain from the 15th to the 24 January and will play an official friendly match against Spain on Saturday 20th January at 7:00 PM. On the 23rd January they will play a friendly against England.

ADO ladies end the year with a win

ADO ladies won their final game of the year with a 1-3 win at Excelsior Barendrecht. ADO were two goals up at half time. Thanks to goals from Chasity Grant in th2e thirty seventh minute. That was quickly followed by a goal from Shanique Dessing in the forty first minute.

The second half half saw the home side pull a goal back in the fifty eighth minute, scored by Nidia Bos, 1-2. With ten minutes remaining it was Nadine Noordam who ended the  scoring at1-3. A well deserved victory for ADO ladies, who can now look forward to a good winter break full of confidence.

ADO ladies team: Barbara Lorsheyd ©, Lauren Delleman, Priscilla Mesker, Chasity Grant (83. Nance van der Meer), Carmen Simonis (73. Vesna Veltrop), Nadine Noordam, Victoria Pelova (83. Annouk Boshuizen), Sharona Tieleman, Allyssa Daal, Shanique Dessing, Romy Speelman

ADO ladies fight back to draw with Ajax

On Friday night ADO ladies hosted league leaders Ajax in the Cars Jeans stadium. The game turned out to be a real cracker.

The game started quite even regarding possession. It was ADO who almost took an early lead. Victoria Pelova hitting the post in the eighth minute. After ten minutes it was the visitors who began to create the better openings and dominate the midfield. Ajax then took the lead in the nineteenth minute. A long range shot was tipped onto the crossbar brilliantly by Barbara Lorsheyd, the rebound fell to Sisca Folkertsma who slammed the ball home, 0-1.

After the restart ADO pushed forward, chances were created, the post was hit again, good goalkeeping by Liza van der Most frustrating the home side. As the first half came to a close, Ajax again were attacking hard, only some great solid defending prevented the Amsterdammers going two goal up.

ADO looked confident at the start of the second half, yet it was Ajax who struck again on the hour. Confusion around the area saw Lauren Delleman put the ball into her own net, 0-2.

With fifteen minutes remaining the game changed. Nadine Noordam firstly finding space in the danger area before firing home to make it 1-2. Then just two minutes later ADO were level. Chasity Grant found space on the penalty spot, she kept extremely cool and picked her spot, beating the keeper with ease to draw the game level at 2-2.

The league leaders were hurt and turned up the pressure on ADO. In the final ten minutes the home defence were backs to the wall, fighting hard to claim the point. Great keeping by the ever alert Lorsheyd kept Ajax at bay. Thankfully for ADO so many Ajax players were pushing forward that they were blocking their own shots. In the final seconds they saw their final effort smash against the crossbar.

The final whistle blew and the decent sized crowd cheered the team in front of them. It was a good game and ADO fought well, after a run of three defeats, this result will hopefully be the turning point for them to build on.

Attendance: 1, 081

ADO ladies team: Barbara Lorsheyd ©, Lauren Delleman (65. Vesna Veltrop), Priscilla Mesker, Carmen Simonis, Nadine Noordam, Chasity Grant (83. Annouk Boshuizen), Victoria Pelova, Sharona Tieleman, Allyssa Daal, Shanique Dessing (61. Nance van de Meer), Romy Speelman

ADO & ADO ladies in action this week

This Saturday, 9th December, ADO Den Haag travel to Enschede to take on FC Twente. Kick-off 20:45. After suffering two defeats without scoring, ADO will be looking for a turnaround in fortune, especially in front of goal.

On Sunday afternoon, ADO ladies are also playing away. They will be taking on the ladies of PEC Zwolle. After a good start to the season, they have now lost three games in a row. Let’s hope for a better outcome in this game.

ADO ladies lose seven goal thriller

On Friday night ADO ladies traveled to VV Alkmaar. The visitors got off to the worst possible of starts.After twenty six minutes the team from the Hague found themselves three goals behind.

The good news for ADO was that their heads did not drop. After thirty four minutes, Shanique Dessing made it 3-1. ADO conceded yet again in the final minute of the half. Yet ADO still fought on and in the second minute of injury time, Victoria Pelova scored to make it 4-2.

Six minutes into the second half and ADO closed the game to one goal as Romy Speelman scored. That was the end of the scoring, yet ADO came close to equalizing, also keeper Barbara Lorsheyd produced a fine save to keep the score looking decent.

That was ADO ladies third straight defeat, they will be working hard in training to turn this downward turn around.

ADO ladies: Barbara Lorsheyd ©, Priscilla Mesker, Nadine Noordam, Victoria Pelova, Sharona Tieleman, Chasity Grant, Allyssa Daal, Annouk Boshuizen (59. Carmen Simonis), Romy Speelman (88. Vesna Veltrop), Shanique Dessing, Lauren Delleman (80. Marthe van Erk)

This weekend’s ADO fixtures

After the international break, ADO Den Haag return to action on Sunday afternoon, with a home game against Heracles Almelo.

ADO have produced some good results of late, especially last time with their 2-2 draw with Feyenoord. A good result on Sunday could see ADO rise further up in the league standings.

A club card IS NOT NEEDED for this game, just remember to take a form of photo ID with you for each person wanting a ticket.

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ADO ladies will playing away at VV Alkmaar on Friday night.

 

After a great start to the season, the last two games have seen the ladies of ADO Den Haag lose 1-0. Hopefully Friday will see ADO return to their earlier play.