Ellen White 23, 60, Elizabeth Edwards 78
2007 UEFA Women's U19 Championship
8pm (7pm local time), Thursday 26 July 2007
KR Vollur, Reykjavic
The Chelsea striker scored a goal in either half to take England's U19s to their first ever UEFA Championship Final where they will face Germany on Sunday.
White's Chelsea team mate Elizabeth Edwards weighed in with a third with 12 minutes left as Mo Marley's side celebrate reaching the big showdown in Laugardalsvollur.
In the opening stages there was little to choose between the teams and it needed a mistake to create the deadlock as Gunhild Herregården's weak back pass was pounced upon by White. She took the ball around the goalkeeper before slotting home.
With Fern Whelan mopping up anything that broke through the England midfield, chances were at a premium for Norway and even when they did break through, they were never really able to test Danielle Hill.
Eide and Enget both forced saves but when White doubled the deficit on the hour a sizeable task became imposing, and then impossible as Edwards made it 3-0 with a stunning, 25-yard strike, to give England a historic win and set up an mouth-watgering Final against giants Germany.
1 Danielle Hill, 5 Fern Whelan, 6 Sophie Bradley, 12 Chelsea Weston (15 Kelly Lawrence, 85), 7 Jessica Clarke (16 Jade Moore, 89), 17 Remi Allen, 14 Elizabeth Edwards (4 Sophie Walton, 90), 10 Natasha Dowie, 8 Danielle Buet, 9 Ellen White, 3 Sian Larkin
Subs not used 13 Rebecca Spencer, 2 Jayne Eadie, 11 Claire Rafferty, 18 Faye McCoye
1 Runa Barli, 3 Caroline Walde, 4 Marita Skammelsrud Lund, 5 Gunhild Herregården, 7 Maren Mjelde, 15 Eline Johansen (17 Kari Forthun, 82), 2 Astrid Ree (14 Linn Cecilie Larsen Burås, 71), 8 Isabell Herlovsen, 9 Ingvild Isaksen, 10 Ida Elise Enget, 16 Maritha Eide (11 Elise Thorsnes, 58)
Subs not used 12 Ingrid Thorbjørnsen, 6 Tina W. Eikeland, 13 Maria Arnesen, 18 Ingrid Ryland
Referee Katalin Kulcsar (HUN)
Assistant referee Helen Caro (SWE) Lada Rojc (CRO)
Fourth official Kirsi Savolainen (FIN)
UEFA Women's U19 Championship, Finals - Full Match Schedule
For more information on the tournament, visit UEFA.com
Fourth is no good enough