Brentford Women B 3 Luton Town Reserves 0
Tommy Ryan-Maynard made four changes to the side that drew to East London ladies last weekend with Emily Boycott, Lillie Elsbury, Laura Miller, Izzy Edwards and Davies all added to the starting line-up to face Luton.
The Bees got off to a flying start and nearly found themselves ahead just a minute into the game when Nia Bowman clipped a great ball over the Luton defence.
Davies got on the end of the lobbed pass and got a good shot off despite being quickly put under pressure by Erin McGovern, with the striker's attempt saved by the Luton keeper.
Davies then scored two goals in quick succession, the first coming on 10 minutes when the Brentford forward flicked the ball with her head over the Luton keeper in controlled fashion.
Just a minute later a mazy run from Bowman ended with the full-back being brought down inside the Luton Box.
Davies stepped up and confidently slotted her spot kick into the bottom right corner giving the Bees an early 2-0 lead.
Brentford dominated the majority of the opening half with Luton posing little threat in attacking areas.
Similar to the first half, the Bees flew out of the traps in the second with half-time substitution Shania Foley nearly making an instant impact.
The forward managed to make room for a shot from a tight angle with her shot crashing against the post before bouncing out of play.
Aleksandra Dzikowska was next to strike the post for Brentford with Foley involved in the build-up this time.
Foley carried the ball forward before making her way into the penalty box and forcing a good save out of the Luton keeper.
Leah Robinson’s saved Foley’s shot into the path of Dzikowska but the midfielder saw her effort from a tight angle clip the outside of the post.
Kasey Clifford sealed the win for the Bees when the second half substitution latched onto a loose Luton pass and struck the ball first time into the bottom corner.Tommy Ryan-Maynard & Charlotte Tanner react
Brentford Women B head coach and assistant head coach praised their side after an impressive victory.
Ryan-Maynard said: “I was really happy, that’s two very strong performances in a row and the players are beginning to show consistency.
“The players who started set the standard, and the ones that came on did their jobs and did exactly what they needed to do to see out the win.”
Tanner explained: “The message at the start of the game was to start fast and that’s what they did, Eshe (Davies) is very clever with her movement and it paid off for us today.
“We looked really strong at the back also, Izzy’s performance was outstanding and the team reacted well when we changed formation.”