A late Bryony Levitt goal handed MK Dons Ladies the victory in their final game of 2012 against Enfield Town
Fresh from their FA Cup triumph over Luton Town, the Ladies travelled to North London in search of their first League victory since mid-October against an Enfield outfit, who sat ten points above the Dons in fifth position going into the fixture.
Both teams traded early chances, with both ‘keepers producing top-quality saves to prevent either side from taking an early lead - Dons’ goalie Trip Witney, in particular, had to be smart to force away a goal-bound effort just before the interval.
With both teams remaining resolute at the back, the tight affair always going to be settled by the odd-goal, and that decisive strike came in the 87th minute when Levitt found herself in the right place at the right time to poach home from six-yards after Town’s ‘keeper could only parry an initial Dons effort.
John Dyer’s side were able to see out the game to make it four games without defeat as they climbed into eighth position in the South East Women’s Combination League table.