Oldham got off to a brilliant start as Warrington struggled to handle the quick pace of Oldham's attack and the ball found the circle with ease complimented by great shooting from Mia Robinson and Rosette Luamba. At the back the defence started well and were forcing turnovers from the Warrington attack, however a few unforced errors meant that Oldham were unable to score from them leaving the first quarter with Oldham leading 10-3.
In the second quarter changes were made to the Oldham shooting circle with Hannah Fletcher at goal attack and Rebecca Tudor at goal shooter, both U13s took to the court with confidence and the feeds into the circle were relentless and again so were the goals. Oldham started to dominate without a real answer from the Warrington team. Eleyna Flitcroft and Olivia Woodcock worked tirelessly in defence and the home side struggled to get the ball into the circle. Amira Mirza and Alicia Scholes worked together to stop the ball getting into the circle and were quick in bringing the ball through to the attack. At half time Oldham extended the lead to 23-9.
With a comfortable lead at half time Oldham brought on debutants Jess McDermott to wing defence and Laura Mallinder to goal keeper both key players in their own U13 age group. At the end of the third quarter Oldham pushed further ahead 34-13.
Going into the final quarter Oldham looked to their bench again as they changed the shooting circle, Hannah Fletcher going to goal shooter and Mia Robinson was back on at goal attack. The last quarter saw Oldham really put the pedal down, the speed, pace and accuracy of the ball meant Oldham had their highest scoring quarter. Warrington had become tired and looked bewildered as Oldham scored goal after goal. The combination of Robinson and Fletcher worked well together in the circle and some great vision from Scholes and Olivia Gilbertson meant the Oldham attack were unstoppable. Olivia Woodcock was awarded player of the match for her countless interceptions in defence. It was great to try out combinations and win each quarter convincingly.