BURLEY Ladies travelled over to Queensbury for their first ever competitive match recently, a historic moment in the club's proud history, the first ever ladies team to play for Burley.

Thankfully for Burley, they were able to put on a scintillating display, winning 6-0 on this occasion.

In a game played in fantastic spirit, Burley played some eye-catching football throughout, but came up against some stubborn defending by Queensbury in the first half.

Burley did break the deadlock and went 1-0 up when Jess Bretherick tore down the wing and got in behind the defenders.

She then pulled the ball across the goal, it evaded everyone except for Amy Rayland who promptly scored the Ladies historic first goal.

The second half started the same and Burley ran away with a 6-0 victory, including a hat-trick from Fisher-Pedley and a brace from Amy Rayland.

The second came when Fisher played a one-two with Clark, before doubling their lead.

Shortly after, Rayland scored her second and Fisher-Pedley made it four with a great finish.

Clark then added her own, striking a thunderous free kick on minute 82, before Fisher completed her hat trick four minutes from time.

Overall, a truly historic day for the club and a historic performance from the Burley Ladies.    Report by: Tony Gill