England Women’s U-19s put five past Wales in second half

England WU19's two-goal Mia Enderby
Mia Enderby’s double turned the game round for England U-19s. (Sean Chandler / SPP)

England continued their UEFA Women’s U-19 EURO qualifying campaign with an impressive 6-1 win over Wales at Dragon Park.

Amy Merricks’ side made it two victories from two games but it was Wales who struck first through defender Rebecca Guy, Mia Enderby levelling with a penalty before the break.

Enderby doubled her tally following a mazy dribble into the box and Katy Watson gave England a two-goal advantage by firing home a from a Poppy Pritchard cross.

Pritchard also assisted Lexi Potter who netted via the bar, before getting on the scoresheet herself after following up a Lois Marley-Paraskevas effort which was saved by Soffia Kelly.

Ava Baker chipped home the sixth in added time after being set up by Freya Godfrey.

England will be back in action on Monday when they tackle Czechia in their final match of the qualifying group, 11am kick off at Cardiff International Sports Campus. Wales host Greece at Dragon Park at the same time.

Northern Ireland lost out 4-0 to France in Group A1, Lucie Calba’s goal in the opening seconds added to with a Liana Joseph hat-trick by the 52nd minute.

Belgium beat Republic of Ireland 2-0 in Group A6, Aurelie Reynders sealing the win in stoppage-time after Thirsa de Meester’s first-half goal.

Serbia got a goal in either half to send Scotland to a 2-0 defeat in Group A7.

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