La Roca played a midweek friendly against an U19 team from a football school in Norway which included a player that plays in open women second division in Norway. The game was very physical but there was a very clear difference in technical skills as La Roca were clearly superior and dominated the game from start to finish to very comfortably win 8-0. An impressive game deserved the impressive result.
Natasha had an incredible game as she scored a cracking goal that showcased her speed, technical skills and scoring ability. She also accumulated a massive 45 possessions in the first half alone as she controlled the midfield and helped to steer the team around the field. 45 possessions in one half is extraordinary considering she plays 40 minute halves and the ball is in play for about 25 minutes, therefore she was touching the ball twice every minute. She finished with 60 possessions which is a game record for her but eased herself out of the game in the second half because she was being badly chopped by the opposition team and the referee was not awarding the fouls so in fear of being injured she played the final 25 minutes with much more caution. She finished the game with 1 goal 60 possessions and 6 key passes in what was an outstanding display of football.