Sumas win again, Ascot United stay top with Woodley United victory – Reading Today Online

Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies v Stanford in the Vale Pictures: Andrew Batt

Southern Region Women’s Premier

ASCOT UNITED kept their spot at the top of the table after they earned a comfortable win over WOODLEY UNITED.

A brace from Philippa Holden and goals from Sarah Leonard and Alixandra Todd helped the Yellas to a 4-1 victory.

Ascot have a five point lead at the summit, while Woodley are in third place on 13 points and have two games in hand on Ascot.

Wokingham & Emmnrook Ladies FC Pictures: Andrew Batt

Southern Region Women’s Division One North

CAVERSHAM UNITED remain bottom of the table as they lost for the seventh time in seven matches.

The Goats were thrashed 11-1 by Penn & Tylers Green as they still seek their first points of the season.

 

Thames Valley Women’s Division One

TILEHURST PANTHERS still have a perfect record in the league as they struck five away at Carterton.

Georgia Hayes was in excellent scoring form and netted a hat-trick, while a Deanna Cane brace helped to put seal on a 5-2 win on the road.

Tilehurst have a three point lead at the top over closest challengers Slough Town.

ASHRIDGE PARK made it four wins from seven as they edged past second placed Slough Town to inflict their first loss of the season.

A stunning display from Laura Comerford saw her bag a hat-trick as Ashridge picked up an impressive 3-2 away victory.

WARGRAVE moved into sixth position with a 4-2 away success at Haddenham Youth.

Joanna Atkins, Amy Johnston and Caroline Paterson were on the scoresheet to help the team take three points.

Thames Valley Women’s Division Two

S4K LADIES’ tricky season continued after they fell to a narrow loss at East Oxford.

The 2-1 defeat means the Fawkes stay bottom of the pile on two points from eight matches.

SANDHURST WOLVES were on the end of an 8-2 thrashing away to Oxford City U23s.

The Wolves are in eighth place on five points from seven games.

Thames Valley Women’s Division 3S

YATELEY UNITED took three points in a tense top of the table clash with FINCHAMPSTEAD.

In an entertaining seven goal spectacle, Yateley ensured they kept their place at the top with a 4-3 win.

India Cox and a Lauren Smaje double scored for Finch, while Courntye Smith’s brace and goals from Georgia Harris and Daisy Penn tipped the game in Yateley’s favour.

CAVERSHAM AFC climbed into third place with an emphatic away win at bottom placed Barton Rovers.

Caversham struck nine times without reply with a stunning striking display from Pai Davis who scored five times, a hat-trick from Madison Bath and a goal from Charmaine Hughes-Boyne.

AFC READING lost out 6-1 on their trip to Taplow United which keeps them in ninth place on four points.

 

Thames Valley Women’s Development

WOKINGHAM & EMMBROOK continued their strong form as they picked up their seventh win in 11 matches.

A Lauren Evans double helped the Sumas to a 2-0 success against Stanford in the Vale. Wokingham are in third on 22 points.

BERKS COUNTY collected their eighth victory in 11 games as they continued their superb start to the campaign.

Goals from Rosa Kay, Bambi Banda and a treble from Kiah Owen saw County pick up a 5-1 triumph.

ARBORFIELD stay in 11th position after they were beaten 4=1 on their travels to Wraysbury Village.

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