Woodley United Ladies are in to the Semi Finals of the Berks & Bucks FA Women’s Senior Cup after defeating Wycombe Wanderers 3-0 at Bulmershe Pavilion on Sunday.
The Kestrels had to withstand some pressure from the visitors in the first half but Rosie Page-Smith opened the scoring after May Hamblin beat two players to find the striker in the box.
The second goal came a minute before the break when Page-Smith’s strike could only be parried as far as Natasha Master who couldn’t miss from 10 yards.
After the break it was Hamblin who made the game safe with the Kestrels third of the afternoon, sweeping the ball home after Page-Smith’s strike had again been saved by Wycombe goalkeeper Amy Batkin.
Woodley join holders Chesham United and FA Women’s Premier League sides Maidenhead United and MK Dons in the semi final draw.
Elsewhere in the County Cup, Shellie Irvine scored all four goals as Sandhurst Town beat Wantage Town 4-2 in Oxfordshire while Binfield’s trip to City Belles was postponed due to illness within the visiting side and Wargrave lost 11-0 to Milton Keynes Dons.
In the Southern Region Women’s Premier Division Ascot United had four goal Lucy Holzman-Clarke to thank for their 4-1 win at home to Shanklin while Wokingham & Emmbrook’s Division 1 North tie at home to Benson Lionesses was postponed.
Southern Region Women’s Football League
- Premier: Ascot United 4 – 1 Shanklin
Berks & Bucks County Women’s Cup
- Milton Keynes Dons 11 – 0 Wargrave
- Wantage Town 2 – 4 Sandhurst Town
- Woodley United 3 – 0 Wycombe Wanderers