Sumas and Burghfield Reserves hit nine in stunning wins – Reading Today Online

Arborfield Ladies v Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies Pictures: Andrew Batt

Southern Region Women’s Premier

ASCOT UNITED continue their stay at the top of the table despite losing their 100% winning record.

However, the Yellas came back from two goals down to ensure that they stay unbeaten in the league.

After being two goals behind at the break, second-half strikes from Sarah Leonard and Amelia Kimble saw Ascot grab a point in a 2-2 draw.

WOODLEY UNITED were beaten in the league for the first time this season as they were edged out by Oxford City.

The Kestrels lost 2-1 which means they are in fourth after their opening four matches.

Southern Region Women’s Division One North

CAVERSHAM UNITED are still waiting to pick up their first point of the campaign after they lost 4-2 at home to Kidlington Youth.

Freya Jenkins and Caitlin Levy were on the scoresheet for the Goats.

ASCOT UNITED RESERVES lost 3-1 on their travels to Penn & Tylers Green.

Thames Valley Women’s Division One

TILEHURST PANTHERS made it three wins from three with a thumping victory at Banbury United.

Deanna Cane scored, while Georgia Hayes was in clinical form in front of goal as she scored four times to help her side to a 5-1 success.

ASHRIDGE PARK lost out for the first time this season with a 3-1 defeat at home to Ruislip Rangers.

Thames Valley Women’s Division Two

SANDHURST WOLVES were pipped in a seven goal contest at Denham United Reserves which saw the hosts take a 4-3 win.

S4K LADIES are in sixth position after they lost 4-1 to Oxford City U23s.

Thames Valley Women’s Division 3S

FINCHAMPSTEAD are up to second after they took three points over WARGRAVE RESERVES.

With the game goalless at the break, goals from Iman Karamat and Lauren Turnbull gave Finch a 2-0 win.

CAVERSHAM AFC got the better of AFC READING with a 3-1 success.

Jade Beaumont, Pia Davis and Chloe Griffiths scored for Caversham.

Thames Valley Women’s Development

WOKINGHAM & EMMBROOK were in stunning form in front of goal as they smashed nine past ARBORFIELD with an emphatic victory.

The Sumas were six goals ahead by the break and added three more in the second-half to complete a 9-0 success.

BURGHFIELD RESERVES also had their shooting boots on as they smashed in eight second half goals to consolidate a 9-0 win.

Georgia Hind netted a hat-trick, Chloe Sykes and Laura Avila both scored braces and goals from Georgia Elliott and Gemma Hargood ensured a huge victory away from home to Longford Park Vixens.

There were doubles for Genevieve Richards and Phoebe Fenwick, a hat-trick for Lauren Evans and goals from Seema Jobanputra and Lucy Wood.

BERKS COUNTY picked up a point to stay in second with a 1-1 draw with Rotherfield United as Isabelle Bennett scored for the Swords.

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