FA Women’s Cup
WOODLEY UNITED stormed through to the next round with an astonishing away win at Buckingham United.
The Kestrels found their shooting boots and netted eight goals without reply to cruise through.
Maddie Sawyer and May Hamblin both scored braces, while goals from Sarah Lawrence, Bonnie Messitt, Ellen Surtees and Sajunae Turner consolidated the 8-0 win.
ASCOT UNITED were eliminated after they fell to a narrow 1-0 loss against Wycombe Wanderers.
Southern Region Women’s Division One North
EVERSLEY & CALIFORNIA lost out by five goals at home to Wycombe Wanderers U23s.
Thames Valley Women’s Division One
TILEHURST PANTHERS made it two wins from two by beating WARGRAVE.
First-half goals from Deanna Cane and Thea Wraight sealed the win for Panthers.
Thames Valley Women’s Division Two
SANDHURST WOLVES added a point to their total with a 3-3 draw at Barton United.
Maddie Heavingham Ford scored a double and Ruby Weatherley was also on the scoresheet for Sandhurst.
S4K LADIES moved into fifth position as goals from Macy Handscomb and Natalie White helped them to a 2-2 draw against Denham United Reserves.
Thames Valley Women’s Division 3S
CAVERSHAM AFC earned an outstanding home win over Hawley as they smashed in 11 goals.
Courtney Hughes-Boyne scored an incredible five goals, while Pia Davis netted four times and goals from Tiffany Lee and Serena Whitehead saw the team score 11.
FINCHAMPSTEAD scored 10 times without reply to pick up an excellent win over Barton Rovers.
Lauren Smaje scored an exceptional double hat-trick, Chloe Bagshaw scored a treble and Lauren Bagshaw also scored to see them win 10–0.
YATELEY UNITED saw off WARGRAVE RESERVES with a 6-1 win away from home.
Courtney Smith bagged a double and goals from Georgia Harris, Hannah Woolf and Katy Mallaband saw them tka eht epoints.
Thames Valley Women’s Development
BERKS COUNTY scored 10 times to pick up a stunning victory over Wroxton Sports.
Four goals from Kiana Proietti, a hat-trick from Kiah Owen and goals from Bambi Banda, Lydia Farruggio and Leanne Harkins saw them storm to a 10-0 triumph.
WOKINGHAM & EMMBROOK got back to winning ways with a comfortable win over BURGHFIELD RESERVES.
Genevieve Richards scored a brace and goals from Lauren Evans, Rebecca Greig and Sophie White saw the Sumas win 5-1 which moved them into fourth place after four matches.