Wokingham & Emmbrook comeback to draw, Finchampstead and Ashridge Park earn thumping wins – Reading Today Online

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Southern Region Women’s Premier

ASCOT UNITED made it two wins from two as they got the better of Oxford City in a seven-goal contest.

Laura Spark. Hayley Cruickshank, Nicole Brown and Tiffany Skinner scored for the Yellas to see them take the points in a 4-3 win.

WOODLEY UNITED picked up a point away from home with a 1-1 results at Bournemouth Sports.

May Hamblin was on the scoresheet for the Kestrels as they came from a goal down to take a draw.

Southern Region Women’s Division One North

CAVERSHAM UNITED lost out at home with a heavy defeat to Wycombe Wanderers U23s.

Kate Stewart netted a brace for the Goats, but they lost out 8-2.

Berks & Bucks Women’s Trophy

ASHRIDGE PARK stormed through to the next round with a convincing away victory at AFC READING.

Ashridge scored seven times without reply with goals from MEgan Averill, Chloe Barton, Lauren Broadhurst, Mia Leonard, Amy Linge, Lucy Thomson and Daisy Cooke to move through to the next round.

FINCHAMPSTEAD got off to a flying start by smashing ten past Harwell and Hendred Youth.

Finchampstead Ladies Picture: Andrew Batt

Finch scored five goals in each half to take a resounding win.

Thames Valley Women’s Division One

WARGRAVE lost out 2-0 at home to Ruislip Rangers which leaves them in sixth position after their first three league matches.

Thames Valley Women’s Division Two

S4K LADIES were in clinical form as they hit ten past Stonesfield West Oxfordshire to claim three points.

Megan Cox netted four ties, Claudia Periquito and Natalie White both scored braces and Berenice Grimshaw and Joanna Liddell were both on the scoresheet to see the Fawkes to a 10-3 success.

Thames Valley Women’s Division 3S

YATELEY UNITED put three points on the board with a 3-1 win at Ruislip Rangers 2s.

WARGRAVE RESERVES lost out 4-2 away to Harefield United.

Thames Valley Women’s Development

BERKS COUNTY suffered their first loss of the campaign with a 1-0 defeat to Wraysbury Village.

BURGHFIELD RESERVES lost out 8-3 away to Marlow Town.

WOKINGHAM & EMMBROOK added a point to their total in an enthralling 5-5 home draw with Goring United Reserves.

Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies Pictures: Andrew Batt

The Sumas found themselves 3-1 down at the break, but they clawed back a result in an entertaining contest.

Lauren Evans netted a brace, while Genevieve Richards scored a hat-trick to help the Sumas earn a point.

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