Berks & Bucks Women’s Senior Cup
ASCOT UNITED were eliminated by READING FC U23s after a ruthless second-half display from the visitors.
Amelia Kimble was on the scoresheet to put the Yellas in front before the Royals netted to make it 1-1 before the break.
Reading managed to score quickly after the restart as Airey fired in from a free-kick.
The Royals ensured that they got through with two more goals with strikes from Tinnelly and Tia Johnson.
Southern Region Women’s Premier
WOODLEY UNITED stay hot on the heels of top of the table Ascot United after their thumping away victory at Warminster Town.
There were braces for both May Hamblin and Sarah Lawrence, as well as a goal for Michelle Quinn which helped the Kestrels to a superb 5-0 win.
They sit second in the table on 10 points from their opening five games.
Southern Region Women’s Division One North
ASCOT UNITED suffered an away defeat as they went down 3-1 to Chesham United Development.
The result leaves them in eighth position on four points from their first five matches.
Berks & Bucks Women’s Trophy
TILEHURST PANTHERS smacked 10 past Newbury with an outstanding away win.
Georgia Hayes and Leah Why both claimed hat-tricks, there was a brace for Thea Wright and goals from Deanna Cane and Kaele-Mei Townson to confirm a 10-0 win.
ASHRIDGE PARK flew through to the next round as they hit six past Wantage Town without reply.
Katie Sayer netted a hat-trick, Lauren Broadhurst scored a brace and Lilly-May Varney was also on the scoresheet to secure a 6-0 win.
WARGRAVE got past BURGHFIELD with a 5-4 penalty shootout success.
After a 1-1 draw, it was Wargrave who held their nerve from the spot to progress.
CAVERSHAM AFC squeezed past FINCHAMPSTEAD with a 3-2 success.
Caversham AFC Ladies v Finchampstead Ladies Pictures: Andrew Batt
Thames Valley Women’s Division Two
SANDHURST WOLVES picked up their second win of the league campaign with a 6-2 triumph over East Oxford.
Braces from Ruby Weatehrley and Ellie Berridge were added to with goals from Macy Linn and Madison Williams.
S4K LADIES are in ninth after they lost out 3-1 at home to table toppers Barton United.
Thames Valley Women’s Division 3S
YATELEY UNITED maintained their place at the top of the table as they continued their winning streak.
A 7-3 victory over AFC READING means that Yateley has now won all six of their opening fixtures.
WARGRAVE RESERVES found their first win of the campaign as they dispatched Barton Rovers 5-2.
Thames Valley Women’s Development
BERKS COUNTY scored eight in their thumping win over BURGHFIELD RESERVES.
An incredible display from Kiah Owen saw her net five goals, while strikes from Kiana Proietti, Jess Brome-Mbaya and Niketa Dhupar secured an 8-2 win to put the Swords in second.