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Ascot United close gap in Thames Valley Women’s League

Louise Pullen on target for the Yellawomen plus all Sunday's results

Ascot United close gap in Thames Valley Women’s League

Ascot United Reserves maintained their chances of a promotion spot with a 4-0 win at home to Yateley United Ladies.

Carol Checkley, Louise Pullen (pictured), Leah Skinner and Mollie Wells were all on target for the Yellawomen as they moved to within six points of Woking in second.

Elsewhere, Binfield rallied late on but couldn’t salvage a point at home to Penn & Tylers Green. The Moles were 4-1 down but pulled it back to 4-3 by full time.

In the Southern Region Women’s League Division 1 Wokingham & Emmbrook were leapfrogged by Alton who beat them 3-1 in Hampshire.

In the League Cup there was no joy for Wargrave who were beaten 9-0 at home by Southampton and Woodley United exited the League Cup after a 3-0 defeat at Moneyfields.

Southern Region Women’s League Division 1

  • Alton 3 – 1 Wokingham & Emmbrook

See the SRWFL division 1 table, results and fixtures here

Southern Region Women’s League Cup

  • Abingdon United 2 – 0 Winchester City Flyers
  • Southampton Womens Development 3 – 4 Oxford City
  • Wargrave 0 – 9 Southampton FC
  • Wycombe Wanderers 8 – 2 New Milton Town

Southern Region Women’s League Chairman’s Cup

  • Barton Rovers 0 – 0 Newbury (Pen 4-3)
  • Basingstoke Town P – P AFC Bournemouth CST
  • Moneyfields 3 – 0 Woodley United
  • Warsash Wasps 3 – 1 Eastleigh

Thames Valley Women’s Football League Division 2 East

  • Ascot United Ladies Reserves 4 – 0 Yateley United Ladies
  • Binfield Ladies 3 – 4 Penn & Tylers Green Ladies
  • Hawley Ladies 5 – 0 Camberley Town Ladies
  • Holyport Ladies 1 – 3 Abbey Rangers Ladies Reserves

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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