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Great Britain ended with two wins from three matches to secure second place at the Under-18 Women’s Four Nations in Jaca with a 5-1 victory over Iceland.

Poland won the tournament with three wins from three games, while Spain finished third and Iceland fourth,

Elisa Sigfinnsdottir gave Iceland the lead at 5:42 before Alisha Potts scored GB’s equaliser (16:49) to ensure the teams were level at the first intermission.

Tahlia Davidson-Wright put GB ahead (25:18) and it was 3-1 when Potts forced the turnover and fed Lydia Lutwyche, who then applied the final touch to Milly Thulbourne’s shot from the slot (27:43).

Ameilia Williams fired in GB’s fourth (45:05) and Emma Lamberton wrapped the game up on a five-on-three powerplay as she reacted first to a loose puck on the doorstep (57:42).

Under-18 Women’s Four Nations – Schedule and results
Friday 10th November
Great Britain 0-3 Poland
Spain 10-1 Iceland

Saturday 11th November
Poland 7-0 Iceland
Spain 4-6 Great Britain

Sunday 12th November
Iceland 1-5 Great Britain
Poland 4-1 Spain