Yes, Kelly and Hemp are two of the best wingers in the world--very quick with the ball, very hard to defend. It was actually with those two in mind--along with Spain and the U.S., which will always have talented attackers--that I thought Jonker would be wise to go with a more defensive 4-4-2--but but he stuck with what he used at the World Cup, and it worked--though not without a few close calls/great saves by Van Domeselaar. I read a preview of Aston Villa in the Guardian, and the coach was raving about Van Domselaar and mentioned that she'd gotten 14 offers before signing with the club. Beerensteyn is a nice counter-attacking threat--if only she could put the freakin' ball in the net. She's just not a finisher, and was unlucky yesterday when that nice first-half move and shot by her hit the crossbar. It was great to see Djikstra move the ball straight up to the England goal and nearly score--just the kind of courage you like to see in players, and especially encouraging in someone getting what might have been her first start. And in a big game. The Dutch will miss Van der Gragt's heading, for sure, among other things, but Djikstra's ball skills will be a plus.