MK Dons Ladies were held to their third straight draw on Sunday afternoon, at home to Cambridge Women
John Dyer’s side returned to League action after a two-week break and, with a fully fit squad, they dominated the early exchanges and deservedly took the lead before the interval.
Despite the Dons having near-total control over the match, the visitors would carve out an equaliser just after half-time, courtesy of a quickly-taken free-kick from 40 yards out. Cambridge’s goal came after the Dons had twice hit the woodwork and missed a penalty.
After their goal, Cambridge seemed pretty content to see out the point, with the Dons’ dominant defensive pairing of Cutting and Hollingsworth rarely troubled.
At the other end, the Dons’ attach continued to cut open the Cambridge defence at will but couldn’t find the finishing touch – in the end having to make do with another draw, which maintains their unbeaten start to the new season.