Jake White’s equaliser sends Woodley United on the way to penalty shoot out victory

Former Bracknell Town captain Jake White. Photo: Connor Sharod-Southam.

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Former Bracknell Town captain Jake White. Photo: Connor Sharod-Southam.

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It took over an hour for the deadlock to be broken in Tuesday nights Berks & Bucks County Senior Cup First Round tie between Woodley United and Abingdon United and it was the visitors who took advantage.

Kyle Moss got the goal on the hour at Scours Lane to put in-form Woodley behind, but new signing and 66th minute substitute Jake White came up with something special on 82 minutes for the equaliser, firing in low from distance to make it 1-1 and send the tie straight to penalties.

Both sides scored their first two penalties, missed their third but Woodley won it when Joe Barley converted their fourth penalty while Abingdon missed.

Here’s that winning strike..

The victory means Woodley will face a home tie against Beaconsfield Town in the Second Round. The full draw is here.

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