Southern Region Women’s Premier
ASCOT UNITED continued their reign at the top of the table as they made it four wins from five games.
In a tight contest away to Eastleigh, Sarah Leonard netted the only goal of the game to gift the Yellas three points.
After five matches, Ascot have a three point lead at the summit.
FA Women’s Cup
WOODLEY UNITED completed a historic weekend for the club as they got through on spot kicks against Aylesford.
Following suit from the men’s teams triumph the day before on penalties in the FA Vase, the Kestrels were also successful with a shootout.
Sarah Lawrence was on target as Woodley drew 1-1 with Aylesford.
Woodley ensured they made it a weekend to remember with a 3-1 victory in the shootout to move through to the first round of the cup.
Thames Valley Women’s Division One
TILEHURST PANTHERS continued their perfect record in the league with a 2-1 victory over ASHRIDGE PARK.
Panthers are just three points off the top with a game in hand over current leaders Slough Town.
WARGRAVE found their third win of the season with a comfortable 4-1 home win over Haddenham Youth.
Thames Valley Women’s Division 3S
FINCHAMPSTEAD protected their faultless record in the league with a 2-1 away win at CAVERSHAM AFC.
Goals from Chloe Bagshaw and Lauren Smaje made it five wins from five league games for Finch.
Finch are second in the table, four points behind Yateley with two games in hand.
AFC READING picked up a point in a 1-1 draw with Ruislip Rangers 2s.
YATELEY UNITED remain top of the table after they drew 2-2 with Harefield United to stay unbeaten.
Thames Valley Women’s Development
BERKS COUNTY collected three points with a strong second-half display against WOKINGHAM & EMMBROOK.
With the game goalless at the break, the Swords established their advantage with three goals courtesy of Jess Brome-Mbaya, Kiah Owen and Amber Riddle to take the points.
County are second in the table with five wins from seven games, while the Sumas are on 10 points from six games.