Grant the toast of Keynsham after a three-goal display
SCOTTISH international Suzanne Grant hit a double hat-trick to help give Keynsham Town's title push a major boost.
The 28-year-old striker netted half the side's goals at the SW Women's Combination promotion-chasers routed the University of Portsmouth 12-1.
The result left the Somerset club four points adrift of leaders Oxford United – who were 4-2 winners at Forest Green – but with two games in hand and a superior goals difference.
Keynsham's victory was completed by Leanne Lapham (2), Ashley Reinecke, Kat Rusek, Aimee Clark and an own goal.
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Barrie Newton's side take a break from Combination action on Sunday when they visit Cleeve West Town in the quarter-finals of the Somerset Women's Senior Cup, and tonight they have an attractive friendly at the Crown Field when they host the Royal Navy (7.30pm).
The visitors will be made up of players based at either Devonport or Portsmouth, together with those from ships in port at the time, and is part of their warm-up for the annual inter-services competition, which starts next month.
Once again, the weather took a heavy toll on much of last weekend's programme with Swindon Spitfires' 2-1 win over Nailsea United the only fixture to survive in the SW Women's League. Lauren Richier scored Nailsea's consolation.
AEK Boco maintained their three-point lead in Division One of the Gloucestershire County Women's League with a 4-0 win over Bristol & West, and Longwell Green stayed top of Division Two after a 2-0 victory at Boco Reserves.
Second-half goals from Lauren Ellis and Amy Nicholson saw the visitors overcome some stubborn Boco resistance in difficult conditions.
Brislington's remarkable unbeaten league run continued in style as they thrashed Pen Mill 7-1 in Division One of the Somerset County Women's League thanks to Sophie Whelan (3), Emily Plummer (2), Hollie Hodgson and Leigha Milkins. Brislington are also in Senior Cup quarter-final action on Sunday when they host Bishop's Lydeard.