Gloucestershire County Women's League Division Two

Bishop's Cleeve Ladies 0 Dursley Town Ladies 13

CHARLOTTE Warren fired six goals and Michelle Watson bagged four as Dursley thrashed bottom-of-the-table Bishop's Cleeve at Kayte Lane.

Top-scorer Warren took her tally to 31 for the season, while Watson now has 19 goals from midfield after a one-sided affair against their ten-player hosts.

Warren kicked things off with two goals in the opening seven minutes, before Zoe Gabb and Watson made it four with less than 20 minutes on the clock.

Town were six goals clear at half-time after Warren took her personal tally to four, and two more shortly after the break completed her double hat-trick.

Left-back Claire Gabb moved up front and promptly lobbed her first goal for the club, before Watson completed her treble with two close-range finishes.

Playing as a winger for the first time in over 20 seasons, veteran Watson then added her fourth, while Gemma Butler drove the final goal through a crowd.

Dursley: V Thomas; E Allen, C Gabb, J Gillingham, S Drew; R Rocke, G Butler, M Watson, S Lawrence; Z Gabb, C Warren. Rolling substitutes: S Hill, C Uzzell.

Goals: Warren (4, 7, 25, 43, 46 & 55), Z Gabb (17), Watson (18, 71, 80, 82), C Gabb (61), Butler (86).

* Dursley Ladies joined the men's section of the club for a well-attended presentation evening at Melksham Court, Stinchcombe, last Friday night.

Skipper Michelle Watson was voted Players' Player of the season, while right-back Emma Allen received the Manager's Player of the year award.

Charlotte Warren is set to be the club's top-scorer, although there is one game left to play, while Stacey Drew received a sportsmanship award.

Chanelle Uzzell was Most Improved Player, while new players Jasmin Gillingham, Vix Thomas and Suzie Timpson received debut season awards.

Presentations were also made referee's assistant Natalie Poolton, long-serving player-chairperson Ros Rocke, and to the management and coaching team of Suzanne Stanley, George Greaves and Matt Turl.